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An ounce of prevention is…

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” says the quotation in its entirety. This is a quote you may not be familiar with. The great Ben Franklin coined this phrase in 1736, but it is still relevant…

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Pregnant—We pee more!

This might be an age-old question, but medical science and research have the answers for us. Those frequent pit stops seem never-ending for many of us, but the root cause of our bathroom frustration may be how we’re made and…

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The happiness of hormones!

What are hormones and why do they play such a big part in our overall health? There is no second-guessing the influence hormones have on keeping us healthy and happy. But often they don’t feel the love that they should,…

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Am I in labor??

This question has probably been asked a million times by pregnant women everywhere. But how do you really know if you’re in labor or a false alarm? Whether this is your first, second or third baby, odds are you’ll be…

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Don’t let your periods cramp your style?

When it comes to our periods, “life is like a box of chocolates,” which means life is unpredictable and full of surprises; you never know what will happen next. Whether this is your first period or your last, a monthly…

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A Hot Topic for Women!

A hot topic for women! For women, perimenopause begins when your body makes a natural transition to menopause. Although this change will bring an end to the baby-making years, it is not something to fear, but to embark upon as…

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Pregnant —What tests do I need?

If you’ve gotten a positive result? What’s next? After the whirlwind of emotions, it’s time to start your journey. But before you run out and by all the baby books on the market, take the time to enjoy the moment…

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#Rookie Moms —You’ve got this!

A Google search defines a rookie as someone who’s a novice or inexperienced person. We’ve all had that new experience feeling when starting that first job. The butterflies in our stomach were real as we tried to prepare for what…

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2021: Cheers to New Beginnings!

The last chapter of 2020 has closed, and we look to a New Year filled with optimism for a better tomorrow. The 2020 book left us all wanting a “do-over.” It’s important to remember that good health and wellness continues…

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Why baby-making is still a mystery

Did you know that as recently as the year 1875, scientists still did not know where babies came from? Yes, they knew that men and women had sex, but they were still working on the details of how everything worked.…

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