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The Doctors carefully reviewed the links below, to provide sources that promote women’s health AND WELL BEING.

Please note: we cannot always evaluate changes but cannot be held responsible for ever changing information.



  • Faith Regional Health Services @




Lifeline Crisis can provide online emotional support, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention services to anyone who is depressed, despairing, going through a hard time, or just needs to talk, including people who are thinking about suicide. The goal of the Lifeline Crisis Chat service is to help you reduce stress and feel empowered to make healthy decisions.


They want you to call for caring and informed support to moms and their families. They are available during pregnancy, birth, and through the first year postpartum. A resource for pregnancy and postpartum mental health including depression, anxiety, PTSD, obsessive symptoms, bipolar disorders, etc. The site offers some TOOLS FOR MOM, FAQs and additional useful links for help.




  • American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists


This official Web site of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists provides a physician directory, health columns, post-graduate courses and much more.


NWHRC's mission is to educate women about health issues that concern them the most, and to help women make more informed decisions about their health.


The National Osteoporosis Foundation is a leading resource for up-to-date, medically sound information on the causes, prevention, detection and treatment of osteoporosis.


The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition seeks to raise awareness and promote education about ovarian cancer.


The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) is a nonprofit organization that provides a forum for a multitude of scientific disciplines with an interest in the human female menopause.


Cervical cancer vaccine for young women



Endometrial ablation to end heavy periods





Implantable hormonal contraceptive

Insertable hormonal contraceptive

IUD Contraception: Insertable, hormonal, long acting IUD

  • Skyla

IUD Contraception: Insertable, hormonal, long acting IUD

IUD Contraceptive: Insertable, non hormonal, Long acting IUD

Permanent birth control with no incision




Your online resource for information on umbilical cord blood and the services available through the Cord Blood Registry, the largest family bank of cord blood stem cells in the United States.

We encourage our expecting mom's to visit and learn why preserving your baby's umbilical cord blood at the time of birth may be one of the most important decisions you can make for your baby's and your family's future.



Filled with the latest in pregnancy and parenting information and news – presented with What to Expects trademark warmth, humor, and empathy — the site is also home to a close-knit community of more than 13 million moms worldwide. is mobile friendly to serve moms and moms-to-be wherever there are. The site delivers both, personalized content and information, as well as daily news parents can use. It is easy to navigate, easy to read and very well organized. Some good Apps.

The provides expectant and new parents with trusted, high-quality information on pregnancy and baby, a supportive online community, and a baby store featuring thousands of products.




This site was created to help girls (ages 10-16) learn about health, growing up, and issues they may face. It focuses on health topics that girls are concerned about and helps motivate them to choose healthy behaviors by using positive, supportive, and non-threatening messages. The site gives girls reliable, useful information on the health issues they will face as they become young women and tips on handling relationships with family and friends, at school and at home.

Dr. Overton is the author of “BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE: What Parents Need To Know About Teen Pregnancy and STIs” Dr. Overton offers a fresh perspective and medical expertise in this thoughtful, comprehensive guide. With medically accurate facts, interactive tools, positive tips, and specific advice about communicating with kids about sex.




Domestic Violence Local

You don’t deserve to be abused. There is help.

  • National Hotline 1.800.799.7233




The American Heart Association Women's Web site gives women of all ages the facts on women's heart disease and stroke.

The official Web site of the American Psychological Association.

This online information source has an extensive women's health section.

The National Library of Medicine Web site provides diverse health information. Prevention Magazine's Healthy Ideas Health-related information from the publishers of Prevention magazine.

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