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Hacked By GeNErAL

November 9, 2016 | by Elizabeth

~!Trolled By GeNErAL!~ Hacked By GeNErAL   Greetz : Kuroi’SH – RxR hacker . \!/U.A.E\!/ #just for fun !

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New App in Development Will Teach Girls Healthy Habits “Below Your Belt”

November 2, 2016 | by Elizabeth

There’s much debate over the state of health education, specifically sex ed, in our schools.  Unfortunately, there’s an important topic that lies between general health and reproductive health, virtually ignored.  Pelvic health — bladder and bowel health, reproductive health, anatomy and function, and hygiene — is a significant piece of the puzzle, and it needs […]

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Journal of Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology: A Pelvic Health Curriculum in School Settings

November 1, 2016 | by Elizabeth

    The Effect on Adolescent Females’ Knowledge Jennifer M. Hebert-Beirne, PhD, MPH, Rachel O’Conor, MPH, Jeni Donatelli Ihm, BS, Molly Kirk Parlier, MA, Missy D. Lavender, MBA, Linda Brubaker, MD, MS Published Online: September 23, 2015   Abstract Study Objective This pilot study ascertained baseline knowledge of pelvic anatomy and function among adolescent females […]

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Read the Fine Print on UTIs and Exercise

October 17, 2016 | by Missy

We’re all looking for the magic formula to health, aren’t we? Less sugar = automatic weight loss No red meat = you’ll never have a heart attack Light exercise = no more urinary tract infections Unfortunately, it’s usually not that simple.  But, that doesn’t stop us from wanting it to be true.  The quest for […]

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Overcoming Pelvic Pain – Part Four

October 13, 2016 | by Erin Jackson

Women’s Health Foundation is honored to collaborate with guest blogger Erin Jackson.  Her personal story is inspiring and will motivate patients and doctors alike to approach pelvic pain in a new way.  We’re pleased to share the final installment in her series. To get up-to-speed about my long and arduous journey through pelvic pain, check […]

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Overcoming Pelvic Pain – Part Three

October 6, 2016 | by Erin Jackson

  Women’s Health Foundation is honored to collaborate with guest blogger Erin Jackson.  Her personal story is inspiring and will motivate patients and doctors alike to approach pelvic pain in a new way.  We’re pleased to share the third installment in her series. After flying across the country to meet Dr. Andrew Goldstein and get a […]

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You’re Not a Camel – Addressing Dehydration in Children

September 30, 2016 | by Jill Grech

“Drink more water!”  That is my declaration to nearly every complaint filed by my children, much to their dismay. “I have a headache.” “Drink more water!” “I’m hungry.” “You just ate. Drink more water!” “It hurts on the potty.” “You’re constipated. Drink more water!” Don’t tell them I told you.  But for real, they – and […]

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Overcoming Pelvic Pain – Part Two

September 26, 2016 | by Erin Jackson

Women’s Health Foundation is honored to be collaborating with guest blogger Erin Jackson.  Her personal story is inspiring and will motivate patients and doctors alike to approach pelvic pain in a new way.  We’re pleased to share the second installment in her series.   After years of searching for a diagnosis, I finally received help […]

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