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Womens Health

Top 5 “Mommy and Me” Fitness Classes in Dallas

1. Oh Baby! Fitness Oh Baby! Fitness offers a variety of programs and is a partner of Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Liza ter Kuile, Fitness Operator and instructor for Oh Baby! Fitness in Dallas, has always had a passion for health. After experiencing postpartum depression with all three of her children, Liza was inspired to … Read

How PCOS Affects Women

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a disorder in which a woman’s hormones are out of balance. Women who suffer from this disorder grow many small cysts on their ovaries causing an imbalance of hormones in the body. These imbalances have a large effect on a woman’s body, from fertility issues and irregular periods, to unwanted … Read

What is Vaginal Rejuvenation?

For years, women have turned to the energy-based treatments offered by ThermiAesthetics to tighten skin, smooth wrinkles, and generally reduce the signs of aging. However, decisions about our appearance tend to be personal ones and none more so than the decision to pursue vaginal rejuvenation. We know that like so many other treatments, vaginal rejuvenation … Read

When Hungry Becomes Hangry: How Hunger Affects the Body

This isn’t a joke For most of you, this probably isn’t a new term: you’ve seen it on the internet, in the funny e-cards circling the office, and you’ve even joked about it with your girlfriends. But this isn’t a joke: you have become so hungry that it’s affecting your mood. What else can hunger … Read

Medical Milestone: The Eradication of Polio

The ending of an era There’s a lot to taking care of your baby: check-ups, allergy tests, vaccinations. But have you ever stopped to think about what all of those shots are really for? With India, the world’s second most populous nation behind China, reaching a medical milestone this week, it’s worth taking a closer … Read

Back to the Future: Predicting the Onset of Alzheimer’s

You don’t need Marty McFly to answer this one for you! Alzheimer’s—it’s a scary and often misunderstood word. You probably know that it’s appeared in movies like The Notebook, or that it renders your memory helpless, but did you know it’s also the sixth leading cause of death within the United States? Despite its prevalence, … Read

Mean Girls or Our Own Worst Enemies: The Psychology of Promiscuity and Slut-Shaming

Why you want to scream, “You can’t sit with us!” Whether or not you happen to have a uterus, it’s no secret that sometimes women can be especially catty towards each other. Bullying doesn’t just end on the playground for most women, but carries long into adulthood. From clothes and friends to uncontrollable things like … Read

Gateway Drugs and Other Nightmares: What Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You

Painkillers for your post-surgery or the gateway to addiction? Between the movement to legalize marijuana and beloved actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s death last week, the use of narcotics in America has certainly come into focus. Although everyone remembers the D.A.R.E. talks from grade school, the reality of drug use is much darker than you may … Read

Banged Up and Bruised: What the Super Bowl Can Tell You about Your Brain

Just how strong is the connection between mental health and concussions? With the Super Bowl just a few short days away, many of you are preparing your living room for a hungry, rowdy crowd. You’ve spent the last week planning a trip to the grocery store for snacks, and gently placing a hold on all … Read

Lift Heavy Stuff, Pump Up Your Bone Strength

By now you should be no stranger to osteoporosis: the disease that affects the bones by stripping them of their strength and density, leading to approximately 1.5 million fractures each year. With over 9 million women diagnosed already, just knowing osteoporosis exists isn’t enough. But how do you begin fighting a battle that’s been going … Read

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