Get the Facts: Spotlight On Uterine Fibroids

It seems like if a condition affected the health of over 70 percent of women, most people would know about it. But that isn't the case with uterine fibroids. These noncancerous growths in the uterus typically develop during a woman's childbearing years.

Statistics also show that uterine fibroids affect 80 to 90 percent of African-American women and 70 percent of Caucasian women.

Contributing factors to the development of uterine fibroids include age, being overweight or obese, family history of uterine fibroids and high blood pressure. Uterine fibroids are also more likely to develop in women who have never been pregnant compared to women who have been pregnant.

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Ready for Summer? Find Out Now

It may seem like spring has barely started, but we assure you, pool season is just around the corner. In one of our recent blogs we talked about eliminating hair around the bikini line and other areas. Now we want to talk about another way to get swimsuit ready this season.

Do you find yourself wearing a bathing suit with a skirt attached? Board shorts instead of bikini bottoms? Or are you avoiding the pool altogether because you are self-conscious about your labia? You're not alone. Many women are opting to have labia reduction and reshaping procedures because they are uncomfortable with the appearance of their genitals.

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Cosmetic Surgery Is Not Just About Aesthetics

There is no doubt that cosmetic surgery is a growing industry. New statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons' annual report, Plastic Surgery Statistics, show there is no slowdown in sight. More than 17 million cosmetic procedures were performed in 2017 alone. The demand for procedures increases each year for many types of procedures. Dr. Alqulali performs cosmetic surgery and is the trusted provider of cosmetic services for many women.

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Breast Reduction Increasing in Popularity

Breast-reduction surgery was in demand in 2017, according to new statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

The breast-reduction procedure surgically removes unwanted fat, skin and glandular tissue to bring oversized or pendulous breasts into better proportion with the rest of the body.

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New NKB Inhibitors May Mean New Menopause Treatments

New medicines may mean the end of menopausal hot flashes.

Scientists at the Imperial College London have tested a new class of experimental drugs that help to reduce the severity and frequency of hot flashes in menopausal women by almost 75 percent in only three days.

The research was a new analysis of data gathered through a 2017 clinical trial.

The Imperial College London researchers found that these new medications also improved sleep and the ability to focus for users in the three-day period.

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