Hi, my name is Mary, and I’m a mom.
I can no longer live in a state of denial. Mother’s Day is approaching full-speed around the corner and everyone keeps reminding me that, in fact, I am a mother. Being the only new mom around the office, I’ve been asked to address new mom-hood in this blog post for Mother’s Day. So here goes. …
In Osteoporosis Part I, Dr. Ko introduced us to this degenerative bone disease. The good doctor covered what osteoporosis is and the uncontrollable and controllable risks associated with the disease. Read on for part II.
My grandma epitomized the stereotypical qualities of a grandmother. She was as sweet as honey, always made sure that I ate more than I needed, and she could knit a scarf in an afternoon. In her later years, she was hunched over and walked with a shuffle. I remember how proud I was when I surpassed her in height at 4'9". What I failed to realize in my youth was that Grandma was not always 4'9" at her tallest, and being hunched over was not a natural process of age.
This week, Dr. Ko addresses Softcup and fertility.
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This month, our stop-at-nothing woman is Dr. Margaret Chan, current Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO). As the first person from China to lead a United Nations Agency, Dr. Chan is committed to serving world health interests and remains the most powerful person in public health today.