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Serious Facts for Heart Month

Serious Facts for Heart Month

February is Heart Month and for women, heart disease is the number one killer causing 1 in 3 deaths each year.  More American women die from heart disease than from breast, ovarian, lung, uterine, and cervical cancers combined.  The more we talk about heart disease, share the facts, and discuss ways to keep the heart […]

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Breakfast Super Foods

Breakfast Super Foods

Most people learn early that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Despite that, about 31 million Americans skip breakfast before their morning commute. Common reasons include: They don’t have time to cook and eat breakfast in the morning They’re not hungry They’re trying to lose weight While those are important factors to […]

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Risk Factors of Breast Cancer

Risk Factors of Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which serves to educate people about the symptoms and risk factors associated with breast cancer. These risk factors are not necessarily a concrete indicator of someone’s future health— some women with no risk factors may still develop breast cancer, while others with several of the risk factors may not. […]

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Self-Care for IFV: Tips to Improve Your Chances of Fertility

Self-Care for IFV: Tips to Improve Your Chances of Fertility

Infertility is categorized by the failure to conceive after one year of trying for women ages 35 and under. After age 35, infertility can occur after six months of trying to conceive. There are many reasons that a woman or her partner might experience infertility. Many of these are health-related but environmental and lifestyle factors […]

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Bladder Health for All Ages

Bladder Health for All Ages

  Just like every other part of our bodies, our bladders start to change as we age. Some people notice the change when they find they are taking more frequent trips to the restroom. A range of factors can cause bladder issues. From constipation, diabetes, and smoking to much more. Bladder issues are prevalent in […]

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Learn All About Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Learn All About Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS is not talked about nearly enough. Did you know that 1 in 10 women have PCOS? Many people have not heard about PCOS until they or someone close to them is diagnosed with it. It is common for many women to go undiagnosed for too long, making it frustrating for […]

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Menopause: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Menopause: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Menopause is a normal part of the aging process. It begins as a woman’s hormones begin to settle. While this is a completely normal process that every woman goes through, there are treatment options available to lessen the symptoms to make the transition easier. For many women, the cycle of menopause begins around age 40, […]

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Is Exercise During Pregnancy Safe?

Is Exercise During Pregnancy Safe?

Many women are not aware that in an uncomplicated pregnancy exercise is in fact recommended and is considered safe. Most importantly, you should always talk about the safety of exercise with your health care provider before you start any activity.

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What foods are unsafe in pregnancy?

What foods are unsafe in pregnancy?

Your body is going through lots of changes at a rapid pace, so you’ll want to be feeling your best for you and your baby. We’ve addressed some foods that are harmful and should be avoided when you’re pregnant for your safety and that of your baby.

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Essential Items for your Hospital Bag

Essential Items for your Hospital Bag

Ideally your hospital bag should be packed and ready to go before 37 weeks of pregnancy.

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