Women's Health

Tanner Women's Care
From gynecology and pregnancy care to menopause and bone health, and from beautifully designed maternity and surgery centers to the region's finest physicians, the new Tanner Women's Care website offers access to the most remarkable care and individualized attention.

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Tanner Hosts Discussion on ‘Planning and Living a Healthy Pregnancy’ in Villa Rica May 31

Join Kaysi Benefield, DO, on May 31 for a free discussion on women's reproductive health for a healthy delivery, a healthy baby and a safe recovery.

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Make the Call for Your Well-Woman Visit
National Women’s Checkup Day is May 14. Have you had a check-up recently? If not, consider starting a new annual tradition.

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Know Your Risk for Colorectal Cancer
Colorectal cancer is the third-leading cause of cancer death in the United States. That’s why all adults aged 50 and older — and some younger adults, depending on their risk factors — should receive regular colorectal screenings, including a colonoscopy. Take a free online risk assessment from Tanner now to know your risk.

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Women's Health

Although still exceedingly rare, menstrual toxic shock syndrome can be dangerous and has been tied to the use of tampons.

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Women's Health

Belly fat reduces a woman's chances for surviving kidney cancer, but not a man's, a new study suggests.

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Women's Health

Pap tests have helped drive down rates of cervical cancer, and a new study suggests they also could be used to detect other gynecologic cancers early.

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Women's Health

If you worry about catching a nasty infection when you fly, a new study suggests your risk boils down to exactly how close you are to that sick passenger.

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Women's Health

Depression is a big problem in women during and after pregnancy, but it's also a concern throughout the reproductive years.

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Women's Health

A new study calls for regular monitoring of "moderate" cervical lesions that might point to the potential for cancer later on, rather than immediate treatment.

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