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Women's Health (INACTIVE)

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Top Women's Health (INACTIVE) Articles

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  • Hoag's underhanded abortion ban

    Hoag's underhanded abortion ban
    In a most underhanded and insidious way, women's reproductive health rights in California were dealt a significant blow last month. That was when the availability of elective abortions at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, one of Orange County's elite...
  • Hoag to no longer perform elective abortions

    In a letter to affiliated physicians and staff, Hoag Hospital announced that elective abortions will no longer be performed at the Newport Beach facility because of the low number of procedures done annually. The decision was based on a review of...
  • Hoag Hospital to stop performing elective abortions

    Hoag Hospital to stop performing elective abortions
    In a letter to affiliated physicians and staff, Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach has announced that elective abortions will no longer be performed at the hospital. The letter said the decision is based of the low number of procedures done annually at...
  • Best of Hartford 2013: Best OB-GYN Group

    Best of Hartford 2013: Best OB-GYN Group
    1) Hartford OB-GYN Group 100 Retreat Ave., #506 Hartford (860) 548-0885   2) Woodland Women's Health Associates 19 Woodland St. Hartford (860) 728-1212   3) Rachel Donovan 300 Hebron Ave., Suite 113 Glastonbury (860) 930-0315  
  • A big push for a different birthing experience

    A big push for a different birthing experience
    For most of the last 25 years or so, the experience of pregnancy, labor and delivery has changed little for most women. But change is coming to the most traditional setting, the hospital. And it's being spurred by midwives, labor coaches called doulas,...
  • Mailbag: Providing abortions is not a service

    I was disappointed to see the letters in your mailbag section all held the same opinion — that Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian was wrong to ban abortions at its facility. I hope you will publish other opinions as well about this matter. I, for...
  • Hair loss: It's not just for men

    We've grown accustomed to seeing men lose their hair as they get older. These days, it's not only socially acceptable for a man to be bald--it's physically appealing. Celebrities like Sean Connery, Bruce Willis and Vin Diesel have made bald sexy. But...
  • Hormone replacement promises no cognitive fountain of youth

    Hormone replacement promises no cognitive fountain of youth
    In the 11 years that researchers, physicians and womens' health advocates have been skirmishing over the benefits and risks of hormone replacement therapy, one hope had proved tantalizingly persistent: that newly menopausal women who used the therapy...
  • Abortion advocates challenge Hoag ban

    Hoag Hospital's decision to stop performing elective abortions in the wake of its affiliation with a Catholic health-care group has sparked an outcry among women's rights advocates, who say the move diminishes access to high-quality reproductive care....
  • Mailbag: Worry about children born to unfit mothers

    Re. Commentary: Choice? Not for the aborted babies (June 22): Instead of worrying about the microscopic cells that sometimes adhere to the womb, perhaps letter writer Terry McDermott should take up the cause of all those children who were given life but...
  • Mailbag: Democratic women's club opposes ban

    As the president of the Newport Beach Women's Democratic Club, I have received much feedback from my members who are confused, upset and outraged by last week's decision by the Hoag Board to eliminate "direct abortions." In the documents I have reviewed,...
  • Mailbag: As doctors, we oppose abortion ban

    Re. "Commentary: Hoag is committed to women's health," (May 24): As obstetricians/gynecologists who admit patients to Hoag Hospital, we are compelled to respond to the commentary by Robert Braithwaite, Hoag CEO, and Gary McKitterick, chairman of the Hoag...