Year: 2021

Miscarriage – Early, Late, Recurring

December 22, 2021

When we hear the word miscarriage, there is oftentimes an assumption that the expectant mother did something “wrong” during the pregnancy. However, this is not the case and miscarriage is actually a lot more common than you may think. Whatever the reason, this is a devastating experience for any expectant parent.  Miscarriages happen in about […]

How To Talk To Your Partner About Sex

December 16, 2021

We all know talking about sex can make most of us uncomfortable and if something makes us really uncomfortable, we tend to avoid talking about it altogether.  Does that sound about right?  But here is the problem with that – how is your partner going to know what you like or don’t like?  In practically […]

Tips for Preventing Bladder Control Problems

December 9, 2021

Incontinence and bladder control problems can affect both women and men and cause embarrassing and uncomfortable situations when out in public. Learn more about incontinence and tips for preventing bladder control problems. There are two types of incontinence: stress and urge. Stress incontinence usually occurs when coughing, laughing, sneezing or exercising. This can be caused […]



December 2, 2021

Do you ever find yourself feeling bogged down by the day-to-day list of responsibilities?  Or feel overwhelmed or stressed to the point of exhaustion?  You may be due for some self-care.  Think about the last time you went for a walk or read a book.  It is not selfish to practice self-care.  Actually, it is […]

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Stem Cells

November 24, 2021

Want to learn more about stem cells?  You might have heard about how stem cell therapy helps those with serious diseases.  Care to take a closer at what they are used for or why they are used?  We will cover some ground on where they are retrieved from prior to being used in stem cell […]

Trying to get pregnant? Here are some tips for you and your partner.

November 17, 2021

When you decide you want to start a family, it can be frustrating if it doesn’t happen immediately! Luckily there are some things you and your partner can do when trying to get pregnant. Here are some tips:  Understand when you’re ovulating and have sex regularly 5 days before and on the day of ovulation. […]


The G-spot

November 12, 2021

If you look up G-spot in the dictionary you probably would find “a mass of tissue that is held to exist on the anterior vaginal wall and to be highly erogenous” as provided by Merriam-Webster.  Depending on your search, you may also have seen some conflicting information out there on the topic.  Whether or not […]

National Stress Awareness Day: Ways to Manage Stress

November 3, 2021

Stress is a part of life and something we all have to deal with. What are the best way to manage stress, though? With the holidays coming up, there might be even more stress in your life than usual. For National Stress Awareness Day we wanted to share the signs and symptoms of stress and […]

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Umbilical Cord Clamping

October 28, 2021

Generally speaking, during pregnancy, the umbilical cord supplies nutrients and oxygen to your developing baby. After birth, the umbilical cord gets clamped and then snipped.  This is just one step of the labor and delivery process, right?  But wait… before we cut the cord… should we be in such a rush? Are there any benefits […]

National Mammography Day

October 18, 2021

What is a Mammogram? Mammograms are X-rays of the breast that doctors use to look for early signs of breast cancer. Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women, so getting regular mammograms is really important. Mammograms can detect abnormalities up to three years before a self-examination. (But make sure you are continuing […]