Foil packets can be filled with any variety of seasonal vegetables and lean protein for a healthy weeknight meal everyone will love. Ingredients 4 chicken breast (boneless and skinless) 1/4 red onion (julienned) 1 carrot (julienned) 1 red pepper (julienned) 1 celery stalk (julienned) 1/2 zucchini … Continue reading
As a woman, you spend lots of time looking out for the needs of your family and friends. But how often do you take time for you and look out for your own needs—including your health?
At St. Vincent, we think that you deserve some “me” time, especially when it comes to your well-being. Time to laugh. Time to de-stress. Time to do whatever it is you enjoy doing. And when it comes to taking time to care for your health, we’re devoted to delivering the kinds of health services that will help you live the life you deserve.
Whether you’re looking for answers about maternity options, breast health, pelvic or heart care, or even emotional health, you’ll find people and programs devoted to your needs at St. Vincent. The place where women’s health matters.
How will you #taketime4u today? Check out some of the articles below for inspiration, or sign up for our e-newsletter for bimonthly inspiration sent directly to your inbox!
Create a birth plan tailored to what you want from your birth experience. Continue reading
Having a hard time losing weight with your daily exercise routine? High-intensity interval training (HIIT) can get you there with less time and energy. Think of a typical runner. Runners pace themselves while accumulating a generous dose of miles per … Continue reading
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is a risk for babies, but it’s a risk parents can reduce by focusing on safe sleep. Creating an environment where your baby is both comfortable and secure is fairly simple. Safe Sleep: Do’s and … Continue reading
Eating fruits and vegetables in season is a good choice because they have just been harvested at their peak, which means they retain more of their vitamins. It also saves you money and reduces your carbon footprint since locally grown … Continue reading
When preparing for pregnancy, take time to consider your care and delivery options. Continue reading
Being active doesn’t have to be time-consuming or boring. #taketime4u to improve your health with cardiovascular exercises that strengthen your heart and reduce your risk for many health conditions. Continue reading
Heart disease risk factors increase after menopause. Take steps to guard your heart health. Continue reading
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is responsible for one in three deaths of American women every year, making it more deadly than all forms of cancer combined. Continue reading
Did you know ninety percent of women have at least one heart disease risk factor? #taketime4u to make simple changes that aid in preventing heart disease. Continue reading