Free seminar January 18: Restoring Romance After Menopause

Millions of women experience changes to their vaginal health that affect their personal lives as a consequence. Come to our free seminar to learn more about all of your treatment options, including Mona Lisa Touch, a simple, safe, and clinically proven laser treatment for the painful symptoms of menopause, including dryness and painful intercourse. Dr. Andrew J. Croak, DO, MS, FACOOG, is a specialist in the field of Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery and one of Ohio’s most experienced physicians in the field of vaginal atrophy and urinary incontinence. He was the first physician to bring Mona Lisa Touch to Northwest Ohio. Dr Croak will lead a free seminar on “Restoring Romance After Menopause,” including treatment options such as MonaLisa Touch. Karen Liberi, MS, MPT, WCS, will also be presenting on demystifying pain with intercourse. This free seminar will be held on January 18, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at St Luke’s Hospital auditorium, 5901 Monclova Rd, Maumee, OH 43537. Couples and friends welcome. Please RSVP to 419-893-7134

Go M.A.D. to make a difference in your health and fitness

Upon first seeing the name Go M.A.D. Fitness, people might mistakenly assume that this brand-new, locally owned and operated fitness club, located at 5215 Monroe Street in Toledo, is about high-intensity workouts and over-the-top physical challenges. However, if you ask Go M.A.D. Fitness founder and owner Jason Reinhardt to explain the name, he’ll tell you “M.A.D.” is not an adjective describing a particular fitness approach or mindset. Rather, it’s an acronym that challenges members to “Make A Difference” and improve the quality of their lives.

Maintaining those New Year's resolutions

One month almost down and eleven more to go. Is keeping that New Year’s resolution harder than you thought? If your resolution entailed improving your general health by exercising and you already feel you are on the downhill stretch, follow these easy uplifting tips.

Elizabeth Scott employee shares winning dessert recipe

This holiday season, if you are looking to make a different type of holiday treat for family and friends, why not try a lemon tart? Brigitte Radabaugh, RN, a long-time staff member at the Elizabeth Scott Community in Maumee, won the company’s annual pie-baking contest with a lemon tart recipe. Radabaugh is the Elizabeth Scott Community’s Health Services Coordinator for Independent Living and Assisted Living Level I.

Parents: make your home a burn-free zone

Youngsters tend to explore their world through touch, which can put them in contact with dangerously hot surfaces. Many parents have learned the hard way that a young child’s impulse to explore combined with relaxed parental vigilance can lead to a painful, or even life-threatening, burn.