It’s no secret that our bodies go through many changes as we age. Whether it’s aesthetic issues like wrinkles or weight related issues,
Not everything a mother-to-be hears about pregnancy is correct. In fact, some well-meaning advice from friends can be incorrect,
Dr. La Follette knows when it comes to giving preventive health-care advice, it’s always important to consider a patient’s age and risk factors,
This past week we celebrated International Women’s Day. Taking center stage in our thoughts that day was the empowerment and rights of women,
It is true, people age differently, and some of us age more quickly than others. The good news is that it is possible to change your aging better direction at any time in your life —the key is to do your part to foster healthy cell renewal in your body.
What is meant by a high-risk pregnancy?
High risk is an interesting term in medicine that needs “for whom” clarification when used — the patient,
There has been a gradual shift to “patient-centered” care in medical specialties over the years. It’s not a new concept.
Science fiction television shows, books and movies like “Battlestar Galactica,” Star Wars” and “Star Trek” have long linked laser technology with futuristic warfare and space travel.
With the Olympics in mind, Dr. La Follette’s recent article in the Marin IJ points out the amazing benefits women can gain from exercise.
Dr. Lizellen La Follette’s A Woman’s Perspective: Depression screenings essential for moms and moms-to-be.
Last month a government advisory group recommended that all adults — including pregnant women and new mothers — should be screened for depression as a routine part of healthcare.
As a longtime women’s health-care provider committed to the vision and mission of the March of Dimes,