Women are natural caregivers and tend to put their energy toward caring for others. This month, let’s put the focus on women and what they can do to keep themselves healthier. Start with learning more about the supermom myth and get tips to be the best mom for your kids. You’ll also find out when teens should start seeing a gynecologist and what superfoods to eat to boost your nutrition and help you feel better – today and tomorrow.
“Shh, is it normal?” Health issues women avoid talking about – Ep. 02
In this episode, Dr. G is joined by Kimberley Darey, MD, board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, and Chief Medical Officer at Elmhurst Hospital in Elmhurst, IL; and Syeachia Dennis, MD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, and Community Medicine Curriculum Director at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, to discuss health issues women would rather avoid talking about.
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Why Does My Body Get Stuck At a Certain Weight?
In this video, Amanda Davenport, PA, discusses why our body can get stuck at a certain weight. As Davenport explains, our basal metabolic rate is the number of calories our body needs to complete our activities of ...
How to Adopt a Workout Routine and Stick With It
Making the decision to start exercising is the first step to a healthier life and a healthier you. Yet, starting can be quite confusing sometimes. Where should you begin? What should (and shouldn’t) you do? How ...
Foods For Your Heart: Simple Diet Changes You Can Make
A healthy diet and lifestyle are the best way to prevent a variety of diseases, including heart disease. It may seem daunting to change your diet, but starting with small steps and building on your success ...
Eight Superfoods for Women
You’ve likely come across the word “superfoods.” But what does it really mean and how do these foods affect your health?
When Should Teens See a Gynecologist?
Even if your teenager is healthy, it’s important to begin establishing a relationship with a gynecologist sooner rather than later.
Letting Go of the Supermom Myth
These days, being a regular mom isn’t enough.
A Healing Journey: Processing Grief Through a Creative Lens (April 8)
Attendees should expect to learn more about grief and how to use creative strategies in the healing process.
Mental Health First Aid (April 16)
Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders.
Why Weight? Know Your Options (April 18)
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