“Miraculous,” “emotional,” and “exciting” are a few words we use often to describe pregnancy. But those nine months have plenty of lackluster moments too. Pregnancy can be exhausting, scary, and plain old uncomfortable at times. You’re not alone if you have questions about the side effects that come with carrying a baby. Dr. Beverly from Ogden Clinic’s Women’s Center at McKay-Dee Hospital addresses a few myths and questions about being uncomfortable.
Most of us have popped our knuckles at some point or another in our lives. For some of us, it’s habit. Others of us avoid the practice under the belief that popping our knuckles will increase the likelihood of developing arthritis in our hands. But is that really true? Dr. Darek Eggleston of Ogden Clinic says that there’s no evidence to support that fear.
The holiday food coma is over and many of us are well into a routine of healthier habits. The New Year serves as a catalyst for lifestyle changes including two very popular resolutions: shedding weight and eating sensibly. But with any change comes challenge.
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes a laundry list of things before a baby carriage is even in the picture: morning sickness, prenatal visits, preparing a space for the new addition—and for thousands of couples in Utah, even trying to conceive is a process.
Under Christmas trees all over Utah, smart phones, tablets, and gaming devices are wrapped up in festive paper waiting to light up the faces of children everywhere—literally.
On Saturday, December 10 at 9am, Ogden Clinic doctors and employees took more than 70 children in need this holiday season, to shop for their Christmas list at the Riverdale SuperTarget.
South Ogden now has access to expanded medical services thanks to the new partnership between South Ogden Center for Family Medicine and Ogden Clinic. South Ogden Center for Family Medicine has been renamed Ogden Clinic | South Ogden Family Medicine, effective December 5.
Everyone experiences health challenges at times — an ache or pain that we think might eventually go away, a difference in our digestive tract, or something else that doesn’t “seem normal.”
November is Stomach Cancer Awareness Month and while stomach cancer is on the decline in America, it is the fifth most common malignancy in the world. Dr. Josh Vandersteen, Gastroenterologist at our Ridgeline location discussed some FAQs about stomach cancer this month.
In 2013, Angelina Jolie announced her decision to have a double mastectomy at age 37.