Crying Foul? What You Need To Know!

July 24, 2018 General Health

It’s embarrassing to say the least. When you realize that an unrecognizable odor is coming from you or rather, your vagina….

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Clean Living. Diet, Exercise, And Overall Health 411

July 24, 2018 General Health

Does diet and exercise really play into overall physical and mental health? Y.E.S. The saying goes “You are what you eat”….

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Preparing For Baby

May 19, 2018 General Health

With more gadgets and devices available than ever before, knowing how to navigate the ever-growing “Baby Gear” market can be, well,…

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Why It’s Important To Be Open With Your Medical Provider

May 19, 2018 General Health

The body is an amazing thing. It changes, develops and adapts from youth through adulthood. Sometimes change can be scary and…

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Midlife Changes, Perimenopause To Menopause

April 26, 2018 General Health

Just as your body made the transition into puberty during your adolescent years your adult body will experience it’s own transition…

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Drops Of Pee When You Sneeze? How Exercise Can Help…

April 26, 2018 General Health

Do little drops of pee leak when you sneeze? If the answer is yes, don’t be embarrassed you may simply need…

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Contraception- Condoms

Hello everyone! This week we are going to talk about the most accessible type of contraception and also something we have…

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Contraception- The Pill

April 26, 2017 Contraception, General Health

Hello everybody! Lately we have been going over the basics of women’s health. Contraception, other wise known as birth control, is…

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Menopause

April 18, 2017 General Health

Hello Everyone! I hope you had a marvellous Easter weekend. A couple of weeks ago we discussed the very basics of…

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UV light and your health

April 10, 2017 General Health

Hello Everyone! I hope you’ve had an amazing weekend. For me this past Saturday was the start of the spring and…

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