• February

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      2018
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    Feel the Heat This Valentine’s Day

    Feel the Heat This Valentine’s Day

    February 14th…you either hate it LOVE it (see what I did there). Valentine’s Day, the holiday all the singles claim Hallmark made up and the one where couples (mostly men) spend more money than they should on flowers, chocolates, and jewelry. I’m sure now you are wondering, what am I doing for Valentine’s Day with

    • July

      24

      2017
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    When’s “The Right Time” to Have a Baby?

    Motherhood is as personal a decision as it gets and it is by no means a “one size fits all” affair.  Maybe you’ve always seen yourself as a parent, or maybe you’ve never wanted to be one. Maybe you’re considering children now in a time you’re friends or family is saying is too late or

    • September

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      2016
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    HPV 101

    HPV 101

    HPV stands for Human papillomavirus and, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), is the most common viral infection associated with the human reproductive tract. There are more than 100 types of human papillomavirus and statistics have demonstrated that as many as three out of four people will have one of them at some point

    • June

      20

      2016
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    The Importance of Self-Exams

    The Importance of Self-Exams

    Today, women know the importance of checking their breasts in an attempt to catch breast cancer early, but breasts are not the only body parts that should be checked routinely. Self-exams involving other areas of the body are an important way to safeguard health and recognize changes in your body that may require medical attention.

    • June

      20

      2016
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    Birth Control Barrier Methods: What Are They Anyway?

    Birth Control Barrier Methods: What Are They Anyway?

    Barrier forms of birth control rely on physical or chemical methods that bar sperm from passing through a woman’s cervix and into the uterus during intercourse. Sperm that enters the uterus and fallopian tubes has the potential to fertilize an egg, so blocking it effectively reduces the risk of pregnancy. Although barrier methods are less

    • August

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      2015
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    Contraceptive Choices for Women Who Do Not Have Frequent Intercourse

    Contraceptive Choices for Women Who Do Not Have Frequent Intercourse

    No matter how frequently or rarely women of childbearing age engage in sex, pregnancy is always a possibility. For women who are sexually active and want to control exactly when they get pregnant, finding the right contraceptive is essential. Women who are in a committed monogamous relationship often choose daily or long-term birth control for

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