Your health and safety matter! At True Care, we are doing all that we can to help you feel safe and comfortable when you visit our facility. For example, last year, we implemented a security system for patient confidentiality and safety. Before anyone comes into the center, they must use the outdoor buzzer and tell
During the past few years, some heated discussions have taken place regarding Abortion Pill Reversal, or reversing a medical/chemical abortion. Some say it’s not possible, while others say it is and provide proof. How Does a Medical Abortion Work? If a woman is less than 10 weeks along and wants to end her pregnancy, she
Lack of income and finances are some reasons many women consider abortion when facing an unplanned pregnancy. This is true whether the woman is married or not. April is Financial Literacy Month. However, no matter the day, the week, the month, or the year, most of us can use tips for managing our finances. Money Management
Hardly a day goes by that we don’t learn about additional flu deaths in the U.S. – this season seems particularly harsh, and Wyoming is not immune. During the past few weeks, our state continued to experience a high rate of hospitalizations and other impacts from the flu, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
Research conducted during the past 10 years shows that many women who have experienced abortion may be affected emotionally. The Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons recently published the findings of a study on the emotional after effects of abortion. Researchers discovered the majority of women who sought after-abortion care and participated in the study found
Public schools in Natrona County as well as Casper College and UW-Casper are back in full swing. With the dawn of a new year and a new semester come new opportunities – different classes, new friends, and important decisions. January is also a time many people set new goals and make resolutions. A great goal
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), other than skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common type of cancer found in American women. About 200,000 women a year get breast cancer and nearly 40,000 die annually, the CDC reports. About 11% of women who get breast cancer are younger than 45
August and September are known as back-to-school months. Casper College and the University of Wyoming begin next week, and Natrona County Public Schools start after Labor Day. While there can be a lot of excitement as well as some anxiety with the resuming of classes, there is also another, darker aspect of going back to
Change – we all face it, and it comes in many forms. Our minds and bodies change as we pursue education, as we age, diet, or exercise. We move so we adapt to new neighborhoods and make new friends. Change can be voluntary, such as hair color or style, losing weight, obtaining a new job.
Summer officially began last week, and with the July 4th holiday weekend approaching, there are many concerns to consider regarding a person’s wellbeing. From sun to sex, we have six summer safety tips for you: Sunshine on my shoulders – although that can make you happy, as the late John Denver sang, it can also give you cancer.