Perimenopause and Menopause – The Great Unknown

Women’s reproductive needs change as they age. When you are young, it is all puberty, acne, and menstrual cycles. Then, you hit your early adult years and it is birth control, sexually transmitted infections, and pregnancy (in no specific order). You get busy taking care of kids, pursuing a career, etc. And before you know […]

Annual Exams – What are They Doing Down There??

Most women dread their annual exam at their OB/Gyn’s office. It is awkward for most and physically uncomfortable for some. You stare at the ceiling with your feet in the stir-ups and make small talk while the medical provider looks under your hood and checks out your lady parts. But what are they doing exactly? […]

Heart Disease in Women

Heart disease is the #1 KILLER OF WOMEN. Not breast cancer, not COVID, nor boredom at work or embarrassment when you speak in front of a group. It is Heart Disease. Imagine two of your best friends or sisters standing beside you. One of you three will die of heart disease.   When it comes to […]

Delicious Foods to Boost Your Immune System

In the fall and winter, there are many different sicknesses going around. Prevention is key in keeping yourself healthy during the cooler months. Fortunately, there are plenty of natural ways to stay healthy and fight off illnesses, even if you can’t always avoid the germs. Eating a variety of nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables is important […]

Stay Healthy By Boosting the Sunshine Vitamin: D

This fall and winter, you should prioritize getting vitamin D. This is an important part of fighting off seasonal threats. The problem that you might run into is getting vitamin D during these cooler months. The sun is our main source of vitamin D. In the fall and winter months, there is less daylight. You […]

Yoga In A Pandemic

This year is so different from previous years. There are no travel plans, no lounging on the beach, no family reunions. The pandemic has taken over all of our usual routines. I know Covid-19 has been with us since spring and we felt it would be short-lived. But, now it’s clear that it is here […]