Women's Health Blog

Habits for Women to Ditch and Keep in 2020 [Infographic]

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January 2020

A brand-new year offers the perfect opportunity to recommit to your health and wellness. Set yourself up for success by vowing to keep (or ditch) these habits! 

How to Cope with Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

Posted: 
January 2020

If you’ve experienced signs of postpartum depression and anxiety, such as emotional instability or a persistent belief that something is wrong – or you’re doing everything wrong – there is a mix of lifestyle changes and outside support that can help.

The #1 Way to Protect Yourself from Cervical Cancer

Posted: 
January 2020

In honor of Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, there’s some good news you should know: the incidence of cervical cancer is going down every year. And the reason for the decline is because of the testing, screening, and preventative tools we’re using!

6 Tips for Staying Hydrated in the Winter

Posted: 
January 2020

You may equate the importance of hydration with the summer months, but hydration is still essential for good health in the winter. These six hydration tips can help you make sure you’re staying hydrated all year round.

7 Foods for Healthy Hormone Production [Infographic]

Posted: 
December 2019

Your hormones are like messengers in your body that affect many different processes, including growth and development, metabolism, sexual function, reproduction, and mood. Whether it’s cortisol, oxytocin, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, or another hormone, they all have an essential role to play in your physical and mental health. And while it’s natural for them to fluctuate throughout your lifecycle – or even throughout the day – severe or prolonged variations can lead to problems like diabetes, weight gain, infertility, weak bones, and other issues. Eating the right foods is one way you can help support your hormones.

Breastfeeding Tips and Recommendations for New Moms

Posted: 
December 2019

These breastfeeding tips and recommendations include how long to breastfeed.From promoting health and healing after delivery to lowering your risk for certain health conditions, there are many reasons to consider breastfeeding, not just for your baby, but also for yourself. 

 

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