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  • Is Non-Hormonal Birth Control Right for You?

    Is Non-Hormonal Birth Control Right for You?

    Long gone are the times of counting days, taking temperatures, and using the withdrawal method for non-hormonal birth control. While traditional family planning can have a success rate of around 90%, most women can find it cumbersome and mostly ineffective when it comes to family planning without the help of contraceptive aids. But for some

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  • Are You Having a Heart Attack?

    Are You Having a Heart Attack?

    We’ve all seen the exaggerated symptoms of a heart attack. Everything is fine until someone clutches their chest and falls to the ground. In most cases of heart attacks, that’s exactly what it is, an exaggeration. Symptoms of a heart attack are usually more subtle, especially in women, and can sometimes go undetected until further

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  • Tips on Maintaining a Work-Life Balance

    Tips on Maintaining a Work-Life Balance

    Whether choosing to be a working parent out of financial or personal need, at some point all working parents will face the “work-life balance” problem. We won’t lie, it’s a stressful one. But, with a few tips and a little patience, you can find yourself in a fruitful career and a happy home life. Set

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  • Secrets From the Delivery Room: Tips For Your Birthing Partner

    Secrets From the Delivery Room: Tips For Your Birthing Partner

    Your partner is about to give birth. You have been preparing for this for nine months now, but all of a sudden you are nervous that you won’t be the birthing partner you think she needs. Don’t stress! We’ve got some real-world advice that will make you the best partner you can be. Review The

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  • It’s OKAY to Admit It – Breastfeeding Is Hard

    It’s OKAY to Admit It – Breastfeeding Is Hard

    Tenderness. Leaking. Let Down. Emotions. CHAFING! While breastfeeding your baby can be a time of bonding, it is also okay to accept that sometimes it is just plain difficult. So, what actually happens when you breastfeed? When your baby is first born your breasts expel a small amount of fluid called colostrum. This is basically

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