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Katherine Andrew, MPH,

Dismantling Mainstream Media’s Nutritional Messages

Mainstream media sends us a particular message about nutrition, Katherine shares a couple of those messages that we seem to hear quite frequently from the mainstream media and helps to give us some ways that we can think about nutrition a little bit differently.

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HER Expert Panelists

2022 Expert Roundtable – Winter

HER Experts discuss so-called “mom brain”, and also explore aging, changes in hormones, and the effects our stage of life can have on our overall health. The experts discuss how these issues impact a mother as well as her children and ways to navigate these challenges.

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Dr. Lisa Folden, PT

Dismantling Snapback Culture in Motherhood

Snapback culture says that after having a baby, a woman should somehow and immediately “snapback” into her previous body or possibly even a “better” (read: thinner and/or more toned) body. It is rooted in diet culture and patriarchy. It’s time to dismantle snapback culture.

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Kerry Jones, MPH, RDN, LDN

How to Get Your Kids to Eat More Vegetables?

Many children struggle to eat enough vegetables every day, and yet as parents we know how important they are for growing children to consume. Here are five ways to encourage your child to consume more veggies!

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Dr. Charryse Johnson, LCMHC , NCC

Three Mindsets That Keep Us From Saying No

Did you know that your biggest asset isn’t time, it’s energy? Dr. Charryse Johnson explains how important it is to practice saying one word in order to reclaim your energy. She also discusses the mindsets that stand in the way. Never fear! Dr. Johnson gives two action steps you can start now if saying no is difficult for you.

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Jenna Somich, Fitness Professional

The Mindset Around Prenatal and Postpartum Fitness

Fitness Professional and 2022 HER Expert Panelist, Jenna Somich discusses the two sides of the spectrum when it comes to the mindset around prenatal and postpartum fitness. Jenna discusses the answer to striking a balance.

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Maris Feeley, Full-Spectrum Doula, Childbirth Educator

Building a Holistic Toolkit for Pregnancy, Postpartum, and Parenthood

When it comes to pregnancy, postpartum, and parenthood, it’s necessary to take a whole-person approach to health and wellbeing. However, until we see large-scale institutional change, mothers must be armed with the knowledge they need to seek the care they deserve for their whole selves.

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Dr. Holly Durney, PT, OTC

What Does Core Mean?

Dr. Holly Durney estimates that approximately 75% of her time is spent teaching her patients about the core. In this short video, Dr. Durney explains what is meant when the statement “tighten your core” is made.

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Blair Cuneo, PA-C

Magnesium, You Sexy Thing

This magical mineral is regularly discussed as an option to help what ails you. But, what type of magnesium is best for your particular health concerns?

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Nicole Wallace, LCMHC

The Art of Mastering Conflict: Can We Talk?

Couples struggle to manage conflict. Many haven’t developed the skills to have difficult conversations about feelings or effectively listen to one another. This difficulty handling conflict can spill over into other aspects of the relationship such as sexual satisfaction, finances and parenting.

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