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Pelvic  Health Pioneer

Pelvic Health Pioneer

July 3, 2015 | by Kelley

  On this Independence Day weekend, let’s take a moment to celebrate someone who gave women an incredible liberty: freedom from pain in childbirth. John Bonica came from humble beginnings.  In 1928, Bonica, then an eleven year-old boy, arrived in America as a poor immigrant from Sicily.  He dreamed of becoming a physician and worked his way […]

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Guest Post: What Do Sex, Champagne, and Chocolate Have to Do with Vaginal Atrophy?

Guest Post: What Do Sex, Champagne, and Chocolate Have to Do with Vaginal Atrophy?

June 30, 2015 | by Angela Tanger

WHF Note:  We welcome today’s guest writer to our community blog!  Angela Tanger is a copywriter, marketing strategist, and yoga instructor.  She recently created “Write for her Health“, a website focused on providing quality healthcare content to women.  Angela is also the author of Marketing Health & Wellness HER WAY.  We are so grateful to Angela for […]

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Pelvic News Roundup: June 26, 2015

Pelvic News Roundup: June 26, 2015

June 26, 2015 | by Kelley

  There is so much to share at today’s pelvic news roundup!  Let’s get started.   Cervical cancer is not just a “young woman’s” disease.  A new report in the British Medical Journal offered some eye opening statistics about cervical cancer.  A full half of all deaths from cervical cancer occur in women over 65. 1 in 5 […]

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