Fertility

Peripartum Cardiomyopathy and Cardiologist Recommended Natural Remedies for Pregnant Moms

Peripartum cardiomyopathy is a phrase you never want to hear when pregnant, and understandably so. Pregnancy already is no walk in the park, and any type of complications comes with a set of worries and fears. Peripartum cardiomyopathy is rare but not unheard of, and doctors are well-versed in the symptoms and treatments. There are …

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How to Support Someone with Fertility Problems

Written by Alice Rose on October 10, 2019 It’s Fertility Week in the UK! Wooohoo! I’m not sure why I’m woo-hooing, other than this week gives me even more reason to talk about my fave topic: FERTILITY! And namely: how to get through a fertility struggle/ fertility journey/ fertility problem. And do you know what? I’m becoming more and more aware …

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20 Desserts That Are Gestational Diabetes Friendly

Anybody else get diagnosed with gestational diabetes (GD) and still have a HORRIBLE sweet tooth? No? Just me? Perfect. 🙂 Well for those of you who do, or who are just looking for some healthier options, this article is for you! Desserts can be tricky when you live with diabetes. You absolutely can have a sugary dessert …

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Six Things You Should Be Doing During the Two Week Wait

 Written by Dalene Barton – Certified Herbalist, Birth Doula  Reviewed by Christine Traxler, MD  Updated October 8th, 2018 Through the timed intercourse, tracked ovulation and countless fertility methods, here you are waiting to take a pregnancy test. You are in the dreaded two-week wait and the wondering is killing you. It seems simply amazing that two weeks each …

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Nutrition And Gut Health: How Does It Effect Our Bodies

Hello everyone. Let me introduce myself. My name is Heather Verduzco. I live in the Twin CitiesMinnesota (born and raised-dreaming of heading somewhere warm). I am married, going on 25 years, and have 3 adult children. I am a Special Education teacher working with families and children from newborns up to 3 year olds. I …

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Intellectual Wellness Assessment and Improvement

The intellectual dimension of wellness refers to active participation in scholastic, cultural, and community activities. It encourages creative, stimulating mental activities. “An intellectually well person uses the resources available to expand one’s knowledge in improved skills along with expanding potential for sharing with others. An intellectually well person uses the intellectual and cultural activities in …

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