Tips to talk with teens about their bodies

3 tips for parents to talk with tweens and teens about their bodies

Posted on July 14, 2017

The teen years are a period of intense physical, mental and emotional growth. How to build trust between teens and their parents and doctor.

Dr. Jennifer Powell

Overcoming language, cultural barriers in health care

Posted on January 10, 2017

By Jennifer Powell, D.O. Family Medicine in Malden, MA   Patients need to feel comfortable talking openly about their health for doctors to provide care that gets to the root of the problem.  However, that requires a lot of trust.  We have to show patients that we really want to get to know them. That […]

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How we are winning the fight against cervical cancer

Posted on August 16, 2016

By Matthias Muenzer, M.D. Medford & Melrose OB/GYN One of the reasons I decided to become an OB/GYN is because I like making complicated things simple. That’s important when treating complex conditions such as cervical cancer.  It’s important for women to understand where we started regarding treatment and prevention, where we are, and how they […]

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You’re in control: Know the facts about your birth control options

Posted on August 2, 2016

Unintended pregnancy can make life complicated. Kathleen Ammon shares a few of the most popular birth control options available.

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How to handle bad news from your doctor

Posted on July 26, 2016

By Matthias Muenzer, M.D. Medford and Melrose OB/GYN It’s almost inevitable that at some point you’ll have to deal with bad news or a scary diagnosis from a doctor. While it’s easy to read articles offering “tips for dealing with bad news,” when you get that news and you’re scared, all that advice can fly […]

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3 reasons why unplanned pregnancy rates are falling

Posted on July 19, 2016

By Kathleen Ammon, N.P. Women’s health nurse practitioner in Malden, MA It may surprise you to learn that nearly half of all pregnancies in the United States are unplanned. However, a March 2016 study showed the rate of unintended pregnancies dropped to the lowest level in the past 30 years. In 2008, 51 percent of pregnancies […]

Pansy Siu-Lai, MD, to be honored by the Malden YWCA

Posted on November 11, 2013

Pansy Siu-Lai, MD, to be honored as one of Malden YWCA’s Women of Distinction

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