On Monday, January 13, 2020, Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center (SNVMC) in partnership with Smart Beginnings Greater Prince William (SBGPW) launched the Books4Babies program at the Women’s Health Center at SNVMC.
Sentara Northern Virginia acquires Vinci Xi Surgical System
We talk with Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center’s Dr. Alexandria Modiri, a gastroenterologist with Houshang Makipour MD PC / Northern Virginia Endoscopy Center.
As children, many of us were encouraged to eat certain foods because they would help make our bones strong.
With the days are getting shorter and the temperatures colder, it’s common to feel slightly depressed as you patiently wait for the first blooms of spring - leaving many to wonder if winter depression is a real thing.
Even though we are seeing a decrease in deaths from the disease, it remains the number one cancer killer – more than prostate, breast and colon cancers combined.
Another sleepless night, another miserable day.
That’s why on Monday, October 14, 2019, Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center hosted its annual Breast Cancer Awareness event at Potomac Mills.
The new school year is in full swing.
For more than 30 years, Yolanda Elliott was the woman you came to when you wanted to look your best.
Many older adults suddenly find themselves struggling to survive in situations of isolation and loneliness, often for the first time in their lives.
It may not be a topic you want to discuss, but it should be.
The new school year is upon us, which means that many parents and students have already started their back-to-school shopping.
As parents, we try to do everything we can to keep our kids safe and happy.
Are you experiencing chronic headaches that are interfering with your day-to-day routine?
Give your kids confidence to start the new school year with these five tips from Bradley Gerber, a clinical psychologist at Sentara RMH Medical Center.
It is estimated that one in three Americans suffer from at least one mental health issue, but research shows that women are at a much higher risk to struggle with a mental health disorder throughout her lifetime than men.
Many men dealing with changes in urination, ejaculation and/or erections suffer in silence, but one local urologist says it shouldn’t be that way.
Are your health goals wreaking havoc on your grocery bill? Have you bought into the myth that eating healthy will break the bank?
After facing a high-risk pregnancy, Louise Fife gave birth to a baby boy who, like her, is now happy and healthy.
Here at Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center we value our nurses & appreciate everything they do to care for our patients.