Category: Fertility and Reproductive Health

International Women’s Day Tribute to Global Maternal Health

In recognition of International Women’s Day on March 8th, we will be hosting a two-hour (120 minute) radio show and on-line conversation with  global women’s health leaders.  Our official non-profit partners on this important day are ONE Campaign, International Women’s Initiative and Dining for Women. The radio show hosted by Kelley Connors, MPH, President, KC Health and Host, Real Women on Health will [...]

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Time for the Second Talk – Perimenopause!

    Just as you might have finished changing diapers on your two year old, believe it or not…perimenopause symptoms can start to wreak havoc on your busy life.  Perimenopause is actually  “the change before the change” that starts to slowly emerge around age 35.   However,the symptoms can fly “under the radar” for years [...]

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TEDxWomen: The Shocking Truth About Your Health

Real Women on Health meets up with Hay House emerging health and healing leaders!   We have two super-dynamic on-line radio shows coming up with Emerging Next-Generational Leaders who are embraced by  Hay House, the international leader in publishing self-help and motivational content at its first I Can Do It IGNITE! conference in San Jose on March 17-18. [...]

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Good FAT for Brain Fog

In our last on-line radio show on “Designing the Second Half of Life“, one of our callers described a common symptom of menopause known as ”brain fog”.  After doing some research on this, here’s what I’ve discovered: 1. Estrogen replacement therapy is the first “remedy” you can consider if you don’t have a risk of [...]

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Done Having Kids? Time for Permanent Birth Control!

  How Do  You Know When You’re Done Having Kids? Our real woman on health patient, Tracey, explained to us last week on our radio show that she wanted to be able to enjoy her two children – a boy and a girl – and with both her and her husband working, “we decided that [...]

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17 Forms of Birth Control, One Permanent Surgery-Free Option and a Partridge in a Pear Tree

I must have holiday jingles on my mind cuz they’re invading my mindspace even here on our blog. But, seriously, did you, in fact, know there are at least 17 forms of contraception today? And that several of these options can do more than just prevent pregnancy. I’ve recently learned about this one surgery-free option [...]

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A Permanent Option in Birth Control

Have you noticed that today’s women are having fewer children today and working more? Seems like a correlation to me! The drop, in part, is due to the fact that more and more women choose to work and have to work to support their families. We question how “thin” we can spread ourselves without cheating [...]

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse News

“It is imperative that women do their homework when evaluating options for treatment of pelvic organ prolapse. Transvaginal mesh procedures play a pivotal role in preventing additional surgical intervention down the road but it is vital that they are performed by physicians who have been adequately trained,” said Sherrie Palm, Founder and President of the [...]

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How to Rekindle Sex in Your Relationship

I stumbled on an interesting article in the New York Times titled “When Sex Leaves the Marriage” and, ironically, just this past weekend my girlfriends and I half-heartedly joked about the loss of libido as part and parcel of being over-50. The way the conversation went, I think we were talking about the sex-starved marriage [...]

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