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 Tanner Women's Care website offers access to the most remarkable care and individualized attention.

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Tanner Program Helps Water Aerobics Instructor Reach Weight Loss Goals       

Sandra Harrington thought teaching water aerobics would help her reach her weight loss goals, but she slowly began gaining weight. Get Healthy, Live Well’s Diabetes Prevention Program helped her get back on track.
 
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Hey, Baby! Mom and Baby Fair is Aug. 25
Expecting? Thinking about starting — or growing — your family? See what west Georgia and east Alabama have to offer at Tanner's Hey, Baby! Mom and Baby Fair. Enjoy tours of Tanner Medical Center/Carrollton’s new NICU, grab some giveaways and door prizes, get to know area vendors, meet physicians from Tanner’s medical staff — including OB/GYNs, pediatricians and neonatologists —participate in education sessions and more!

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Women's Health

One low-dose aspirin a day could help women avoid ovarian cancer or boost their survival should it develop, two new studies suggest.

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Women's Health

Working lots of overtime may get you appreciation from the boss, but it might be bad for your health.

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Women's Health

The Pap test, used for over 50 years to spot the early signs of cervical cancer, may soon become a thing of the past, new research suggests.

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Women's Health

Older women who get mammograms are more likely to also seek screenings for cervical cancer and osteoporosis, new research reveals.

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Women's Health

Excessive weight gain is never a good idea for health. Now, new research supports the notion that putting on pounds raises cancer risks for middle-aged women.

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Women's Health

In a reversal of historical patterns, lung cancer is now more common among young U.S. women than men, a new study finds.

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