Constipation is defined in many ways, but it is typically seen as having fewer than 3 bowel movements a week. Constipation may also make itself known through harder than normal stool, difficulty passing stool, decreased appetite, pain, abdominal distension, and foul body odor (especially in children).
The edited images filling your social media feed may be negatively impacting you and your health. Here are some accounts you should follow to bring more body positivity into your newsfeed.
HER Health Collective roundtables provide an opportunity for us to bring our panel of experts together to discuss important issues that are relevant to mothers in our community. The topics discussed in this session include: Improving access to care – reaching low-income mothers and families, improve collaboration in the health and wellness industry (when and where to refer), changing societal conversations and the structure of an antiquated system.
It’s not often that you get to sit down with a doctor who is trained in the trifecta of Family Medicine, Integrative medicine, and Functional medicine to ask her anything you want! Crissy and Cindi had this opportunity with Dr. Elizabeth Sierakowski. Together, they asked questions on topics affecting the health of moms such as hormone balancing, nutrients, supplements, doctors visits, inflammation, doctor patient relationships and more!
A Registered Dietician explains the Division of Responsibility — a low pressure, high structure approach to feeding children that can take the pressure off parents and make mealtime enjoyable for the whole family.
Dr. Watson provides education on vaginitis and desquamative inflammatory vaginitis (DIV). She provides clarification on mistakes women often make about treating these conditions and what to consider if chronic vaginitis is experienced.
It is essential women continue to seek care for chronic medical conditions and preventive wellness during this unique time. Preventive health recommendations change over time as new evidence emerges.