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A Letter from our Founder and CEO

A Letter from our Founder and CEO, Dr. Joe McIlhaney

Medical Institute announces several big changes.

We are excited to give an update with several important changes, one of which is sad; Freda Bush had to resign as President/CEO.  But … Read the rest

Transitioning for Transformation

Transitioning for Transformation

A Message from Dr. Freda Bush, CEO Emeritus

 

Many of us have heard of West Nile virus, but how many of us really know much about it? As a gynecologist and obstetrician, my practice did not … Read the rest

Overwhelming Amount of New Cases of Trichomoniasis

Overwhelming Amount of New cases of Trichomoniasis

MI Science Department Staff

July 2019

Trichomoniasis is known to be a common non-viral sexually transmitted infection.1 The term “non-viral infection” may initially present a sense of relief, confirming that a trichomoniasis … Read the rest

2019 Advisory Article on Clinical Intervention

2019 Clinical Intervention

Marilyn Henderson, BSN, RN, SRAS

On June 8th, Medical Institute will present our 2019 Clinical Intervention for Optimal Sexual Health workshop in Austin, Texas.  Our program was revised in 2017 and is open to anyone … Read the rest

Building Family Connections Training: Help for Parents of Teens

Help for Parents of Teens Through Building Family Connections Training 

Marilyn Henderson, BSN, RN, SRAS

There is ONE factor that affects more behaviors in adolescence than any other: PARENTS.1 Ironically, parents often feel that they have lost their influence … Read the rest

Founder’s Corner: Dr. Joe McIlhaney

Founder’s Corner

Dr. Joe McIlhaney, September 2018

It has been estimated that men think about sex 19 times a day.  Women think about sex only about 10 times a day.1 Several studies show that approximately 60% of young adults … Read the rest

More Cohabitation, Less Commitment

More Cohabitation, Less Commitment

Medical Institute Science Department Staff

September 2018

Cohabitation has become an accepted trend among unmarried couples. Between 50-70 percent of couples today are thought to be cohabiting before deciding to marry.Cohabitation can be described … Read the rest