Edward E. Wallach, M.D.Health Professional
Edward E. Wallach, M.D., is the university distinguished service professor emeritus of gynecology and obstetrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. He is the medical editor of the HealthAfter50 newsletter.
Latest by Edward E. Wallach, M.D.
If you’re struggling with hot flashes and vaginal symptoms, is hormone therapy right for you? New guidelines say it’s not as risky as once thought.
Learn about the natural aging process of skin and the different conditions that can develop as you get older.
The benefits of getting a mammogram may be overestimated, and the potential harms may be underestimated, particularly for women 75 and up.
Here's what you should know about tomosynthesis, the latest imaging technology for breast cancer screening and diagnosis.
Find out why your annual well-woman exam should be an essential part of your healthcare routine, including checking for uterine, ovarian, and breast cancer.
Do you use antacids such as Alka-Seltzer or Bromo Seltzer to relieve heartburn or a sour stomach? If so, you could be setting yourself up for gastric bleeding.
Which technique is best to remove a tick completely and reduce the risk of contracting a tick-transmitted illness like Lyme disease?
Taking your medications as prescribed after a heart procedure can greatly improve your prognosis and help you avoid a major cardiac event.
Hair loss can be a devastating side effect of chemotherapy. But research is mounting in favor of “cooling caps,” which are aimed at helping to minimize that.