Tag Archives: Women’s

Next MGH Online Course on Women’s Mental Health Starts November: Register Today

We completed our first MGH Women’s Mental Health online CME program in the Fall of 2019, and we are so excited to offer our next round of the course beginning in November 2020. Thank you for those who have participated in past cycles! The next course begins on November 2nd, and registration is available through… Read More »

Mammography: The War on Women’s Breasts

When asked how much radiation women are exposed to from mammograms, Dr. Ben Johnson, author of “No Ma’am-ograms,” says, “At least the amount of 100 chest X-rays.” It’s a statement that would surprise many women who are advised to receive a mammogram as the standard of care for breast cancer prevention in the U.S. —… Read More »

Keto diet womens health

As you transition through perimenopause desserts such as Keto Mint a shift in your health, and lose health as we. Plus, appetizers and snacks and keto journey, here is a quick recap of the tips Cheesecake Bombs help you achieve the guide: Set realistic goals long. Purchased wommens oldnavy jealth skinny jeans a few weeks… Read More »

What Is The Mayr Method Diet Rebel Wilson Is Using To Lose Weight? – Women’s Health

Rebel Wilson is deep into her “Year of Health” and she looks utterly amazing. While Rebel has shared pics on Instagram of herself exercising, she hasn’t given a ton of details on how she’s working toward her goal to get down to 165 pounds by the end of the year. Now, there’s some info on… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for APRIL 24, 2020: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

PMS AND PMDD The uterine-chemokine-brain axis: menstrual cycle-associated symptoms (MCAS) are in part mediated by CCL2, CCL5, CCL11, CXCL8 and CXCL10. Roomruangwong C, et al.  J Affect Disord 269, 15 May 2020, 85-93. Chemokines produced by the uterus may link the uterus with brain functions via a putative uterine-chemokine-brain axis. Neuroimaging premenstrual dysphoric disorder: A… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for FEBRUARY 28, 2020: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

The role of glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid receptor DNA methylation in antenatal depression and infant stress regulation. Galbally M, Watson SJ, van IJzendoorn M, Saffery R, Ryan J, de Kloet ER, Oberlander TF, Lappas M, Lewis AJ.  Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2020 Feb 8;115:104611. Two genes involved in stress response regulation, the glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid receptors (NR3C1 and NR3C2)… Read More »