Felice Gersh
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I watch a bit of television now and again, and repeatedly see commercials glamorizing the use of birth control pills. Admittedly, the commercials do acknowledge the side effects, but the real impact on women’s bodies is rarely discussed other than in...
Steph Gaudreau
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Leaks. Lots of women get them, but nobody seems to talk about them. That’s why this episode is dedicated to helping moms, moms to be and women in general, deal with common issues that women are often too embarrassed to talk about.Or, listen on your f...
Mila McManus
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We Can’t Ignore ItBy Mila McManus, MD Here at TWIHW, every member of the staff is involved at some level in the learning process to stay well informed of what’s happening in the field of integrative and functional medicine. We read books, follow doct...
Lily Nichols
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Oh yes, that day is right around the corner.The day where, whether you like it or not, you’re expected to chow down with reckless abandon.I’m talking about Thanksgiving, a holiday meant to celebrate the harvest and express our gratitude, but one that...
Jason Wells
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Lauren Ho practices acupuncture and oriental medicine at Reconstructed Wellness. She finds acupuncture helpful for many complaints but particularly enjoys helping patients recover from injuries or pain conditions. Lauren, as well as the rest of our t...
Peter Bowes
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Rachel Cosgrove was always the coach and mentor that everyone in the gym looked up to. Lean, strong and successful she was the model, middle-aged athlete – a go-getter fitness coach who inspired her clients. But as Rachel turned 40 she realized that ...
Ellen Antoine
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What is “Mold Illness?”“Mold illness” is a bit of a misnomer. It isn’t just mold that makes these people sick but rather it is an unhealthy immune response and associated inflammation as a result of being exposed to a water damaged building. In these...
Brie Wieselman
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In college, I tracked my periods on my wall calendar. A red dot (so subtle!) marked day 1 of my period. It wasn’t very advanced, but it was when I first started paying attention to my not-so-monthly cycle. Back then I also read paperbacks and kept a ...
Mark Sisson
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It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll c...
Chris Kresser
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Did I just describe you? If so, I applaud you for making time on your days off for physical activity. Unfortunately, such sporadic bursts aren’t enough to counteract the harmful effects prolonged sitting has on the mind and body. To get the benefits ...
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