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Upper East Side OBGYN Spotlight: Elliston and NG, MD LLC


We love our relationships with the offices nearby and this week, we wanted to feature one of them! If you are looking for an OBGYN on the beautiful Upper East Side, we recommend Elliston and NG, MD LLC. Their office is affiliated with Lenox Hill Hospital. Like we do, they practice women’s health concerns, such as minimally invasive surgeries, to labor management, to fibroids and cysts, to menstrual problems and even family planning. . 

You can contact the office by calling 917-397-2268, emailing, or visiting their office at 1050 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028 (found between […]

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6 Celebrities Who Promote Mammograms

Some celebrities have taken it upon themselves to encourage women to get mammograms. Although the public doesn’t think about it a lot, many celebrities have unfortunately been diagnosed with breast cancer or know someone in their family who has. Thus, they want their fans to be aware an early detection of breast cancer can save lives.


1.   Sandra Lee

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Sandra Lee is a famous televised celebrity chef and author from Santa Monica, CA. Sandra […]

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Am I Old Enough for a Mammogram?

For decades, women have been trying to find an answer to the question: “Am I old enough for a mammogram?” This is an important question because mammograms provide the best way to detect breast cancer early. An early detection could mean that doctors will be able to stop the cancer before it can spread.


Some people argue about the age to start mammograms but most women have a general idea: your forties. According to […]

2018-08-02T09:13:36+00:00January 22nd, 2016|0 Comments
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Why Women Are Less Likely To Get The Flu

Great news for all women out there! This past week, researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health announced that, thanks to estrogen, women are less likely to get the flu than their male counterparts.

Sabra Klein, an associate professor at JHB, has been studying the effects of estrogen on virus replication, and the stuff they found out was pretty cool! The study revealed that estrogen actually weakens the flu virus in nasal cells, keeping it from replicating and spreading to other cells. This lessens the severity of the disease, and also lowers the chances of the […]

2018-08-02T09:15:38+00:00January 15th, 2016|0 Comments