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Talya Spivack, MD, a Virtua cardiologist,
clears up some common myths regarding heart health and cardiovascular disease.
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More than 300 women gathered at the Virtua Women’s Conference, an event filled with inspiration, information and indulgences to empower women to prioritize their health.
Long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) is a safe and effective birth control option. But, the number one question women ask their ob/gyns remains—will it make me gain weight?
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About 1 in 4 women over age 20 experience pelvic floor disorders (PFD). Learn more about the treatments that can help you overcome the frustrating and life-altering symptoms.
Linda Batastini-Farnoly, BSN, APN, C, is a women’s health nurse practitioner who uses natural hormone therapy to treat women with menopausal symptoms and hormone deficiencies.
Talya Spivack, MD, a Virtua cardiologist, has a special interest in women's heart health and helped implement a women's cardiology program at Virtua.