Health Tips As You Prepare for College

Prepare for College

Originally Published July 21 on Medium | By Dr. Sherry Ross College is an amazing milestone everyone looks forward to experiencing. Besides going to Bed Bath and Beyond to get items needed to set up your dorm room, a visit to your Pediatrician or Gynecologist should also be on your “to do” list. As you […]

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Treating Vulvo-Vaginal Atrophy

Treating Vulvo-Vaginal Atrophy

By Dr. Sherry Ross | Originally Published April 20 on Health US News Up until the Mona Lisa Touch Laser, there has not been a successful non-medication alternative treatment option for vaginal dryness, also known as vulvo-vaginal atrophy, or VVA. Women in menopause or those who cannot take estrogen, including our breast cancer survivors, often […]

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In the Heart of the Galaxy

By Dr. Sherry Ross | Originally Published January 3rd on The Huffington Post   Carrie Fisher was 60 years young when she suffered a fatal heart attack. If she would have known heart disease was the #1 killer of both men and women she may have been an advocate in educating women of this under […]

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The Vagina Revolution is ON!

By Dr. Sherry Ross | Originally Published October 25th, 2016 on The Huffington Post Vajaja, Kitty Cat, Cha Cha, Punani, Snatch, Juice Box, Muff, Red Sea Have you ever wondered why we give our vagina’s a name? One study of 1,000 women showed 65% said they were uncomfortable saying the words “vagina” and “vulva”, and […]

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Colon Cancer Risk and Screening for Women

By Dr. Sherry RossColon cancer is common and deadly. It’s the 2nd most common cancer women, first being lung, 3rd being breast.   Men are more likely to get colon cancer, ranking as the 3rd most common cancer.  In the US, the incidence of colon cancer is on the decline about 2-3% due to better awareness […]

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From the Heart

By Dr. Sherry Ross | Originally Published February 25th on The Huffington PostFebruary is Heart Disease Awareness MonthMost women are obsessed about breast cancer. And it’s true one in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. But what should really concern women is that heart disease accounts for one in three deaths in […]

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Healthy Living in 2016 Begins in February

By Dr. Sherry RossJanuary can be a challenging month as you come out of the fog of a hectic holiday season. Making New Year’s resolutions in February may give you a better chance of finding success.Statistics tell us the average woman now lives to be 81 years old — four years longer than in 2007. […]

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