how long does a mammogram take now

How Long Does a Mammogram Take?

Around the time that a woman turns 35, her doctor will start talking more about mammograms. A mammogram is one of the best ways to detect possible breast cancer at the earliest stage. These screenings are optional for women between the ages of 40-45 and recommended yearly until the woman is 54-years-old. After that, every […]

caring for an infected wound

Caring for an Infected Wound

The body is an amazing network of functions, activities, and defense systems. In ideal conditions, everything runs smoothly; and if any dangerous bacteria or viruses try to invade, the immune system can do its job and block the advancing enemy. However, ideal conditions are often compromised by: Surgery: deep incisions can sometimes trap bacteria inside […]

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Weight Loss After Gallbladder Surgery

Surgery can be scary. Gallbladder surgery is no exception. If a patient is suffering from gallstones, however, the surgery is worth it. The surgery may cause weight fluctuations. Patients may be wondering about weight loss after gallbladder surgery. Losing weight after gallbladder surgery is possible. First, patients should understand why gallbladder surgery can lead to […]


7 Warning Signs for Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is treatable, and the survival rate is high. Breast cancer is highly treatable when caught early before it has spread to other areas of the body. There are warning signs for breast cancer you can watch for. According to ASCO (a leading source of physician-reviewed cancer data), when breast cancer is isolated to […]


5 Things to Expect from Labor & Delivery

Thank you for considering City Hospital of White Rock for the labor and delivery of your child. We want you to know that the health and well being of our moms and their babies in a family-centered environment is our number one priority. Our staff and medical professionals promote evidence-based maternity care throughout the entire […]


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