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The beauty of Ayurveda.

I have been a registered nurse since 2002 and a nurse practitioner since 2008. Try as I may to stay up to date with rapidly changing medical technology, and advances in pharmacy and modern surgical techniques, there are many things that I do not know.  784 more words

Femme Replete

5 Reasons Your Juice Cleanse Isn't All It's Cracked Up to Be

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Thinking about doing a juice cleanse? Might want to reconsider. Just because you do a juice cleanse doesn’t mean you’ll magically transform into Blake Lively or her fellow juicing celeb friends.  380 more words


I'm Really Not OKAY (Endometriosis Spoken Word)

I am a stage four endometriosis warrior! It’s interesting how people (not you) assume me and my endo sisters are okay because we “DON’T LOOK SICK.” I understand people judge by the outward appearance. 150 more words


Sense and Sensitivity: the dark side to birth control pills?

Sense and Sensitivity: The dark side of birth control pills?

 March 5, 2015

After experiencing nasty side effects from the contraceptive pill, Sarah Wood, Online Features Columnist, considers the potential problems of taking the pill and the lack of awareness of these issues among women. 1,230 more words
Sense And Sensitivity

Pregnancy Library

Hi everyone!  Lots of sweet requests from you all for some good pregnancy reads.  I’ll keep my list short and simple because frankly, my pregnancy reading list was just that. 363 more words


Move Like Jagger: 3 Dance-Inspired Exercises for Cardio & Strength

Cardio Dance, in my opinion, is one of the best ways to improve your cardiovascular endurance while simultaneously working multiple muscle groups and keeping your body and mind constantly challenged… 479 more words

Ignite Your Life

My Wellness Documentary Film Release Summer 2015!!!

WOW! It’s March 2015, a year has gone by since I began preparing the pre-production script for my film. In September 2014 I launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for the film and didn’t look back. 276 more words

Women's Health