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An Organ Donor Saved My Mom’s Life

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February 14 is National Donor Day, which is an extremely significant day for my family because it honors organ donors. Over a decade ago, my...

Four Things I’m Doing to Bring A Little More Happiness to...

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As we settle into the new year, I find myself less in the mood to set big, new goals and more in the mindset...

The Early Bird Gets The Worm and Can’t Always Hang at...

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Going to bed early vs. staying up late is a topic that seems to keep coming up recently. They say the early bird gets...

Treating Uterine Fibroids with VIP of Northwest Radiology

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As mothers, we sometimes put ourselves last when it comes to our health. But if you are experiencing abdominal or pelvic pain, why should...

Magnesium: My Miracle Maker

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The information provided here is for educational and informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. It is not intended to...

Understanding Postpartum Preeclampsia with IU Health

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A week after giving birth via c-section, Megan Miller started hemorrhaging due to uterine fibroids. With her husband away from home picking up their...

Did I Just Go From Postpartum to Perimenopause?

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I got married later in life and had kids later in life. I had my last baby at 39 years old. I went through...

Our Sensory Processing Story

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October is Sensory Processing Awareness Month. For our family, it is a time to shine a light on what it means to have a...

Let’s Get Dirty! Tips for a Mud Run

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It is no secret that stepping out of your comfort zone and trying new things can turn out to create some of the most...

An Open Letter in Support of the FASD Respect Act

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FASD or Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders is a direct result of alcohol exposure to a developing fetus while in utero.  These disorders are the...

Tips to Prevent Accidental Overdose in Children

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September is National Recovery Month and is aimed at educating on treatment and recovery for those with substance use disorder. This September, a significant...

Why I Tell Others I Have PCOS

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Looking back, I’m still shocked that I didn’t get diagnosed with PCOS until I was 28. Many of the signs were there in plain...

Breaking the Norm: Embracing the No-Shave Lifestyle

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I can still remember the first time I slathered my skin in shaving cream and used a razor to remove hair from my body....

We Don’t Do Dessert at Our House

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“Finish your dinner, and then you can have dessert.” “Two more bites, and then you can eat a cookie.” “No, I noticed you didn’t clean your...