Painful, heavy periods can make a woman miserable, but when should these symptoms become cause for concern? It isn’t unusual to feel uncomfortable with cramps and abdominal pain during the monthly cycle, but these can be symptoms of endometriosis.
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If you’ve never been examined by a hospitalist, don’t feel slighted. In fact, it could be a reason to celebrate, since hospitalists only see patients in the hospital. And chances are, if you had been seen by a hospitalist, you … Read More
Wooster Community Hospital is thrilled to be affiliated with the world-renown Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC–James). Since establishing this partnership in 2013, Wooster Community Hospital and “The James” have continued … Read More
If you’re a woman struggling to find a place where you can comfortably talk about all your health care concerns, including your breast, bone, maternity, and sexual or reproductive needs, look no further than Wooster Community Hospital (“WCH”). We are … Read More
Technology has allowed the world of surgical options to undergo a tremendous transformation. While highly skilled surgeons still need to go through intensive training, work can now be more streamlined with the help of robotics.
In robotic-assisted procedures, doctors make … Read More
You wouldn’t buy a used car without going through inspection, nor would you select a bottle without a label to serve your dinner guests. The same is true of our bodies. To understand the composition of your body is to … Read More
Clotting is a necessary function for healthy blood; it prevents excess blood from being lost during injury or accident, and it can create bruising, where healing takes place. When it comes to clotting causing problems, most people are aware of … Read More
Many people think you have to be experiencing a medical emergency to go to the hospital. While it’s true that a hospital’s emergency room is the place to go if you believe you’re experiencing life-threatening symptoms, many patients go to … Read More
There are many factors to consider when choosing a hospital. For non-emergency situations – such as childbirth planning or undergoing scheduled or routine medical procedures – patients often have a choice of what type of hospital to go to, either … Read More