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Top Five Health Concerns Affecting Women: Cancer, Heart Disease, Maternal, Reproductive and Mental Health a Roundtable Discussion

After combing through several sources such as the World Health Organization, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, WebMd, US Food and Drug Administration, CDC, to name a few…we have compiled a list of the top health concerns affecting women. In this Roundtable, our expert panelists discuss the top women’s health issues based on the perspectives of their professions.

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The Intricacies of Infertility

There are many intricate parts of infertility. How does a woman know when they should seek professional help because they have not conceived? Dr. Erika Aragona, Family Medicine Physician clarifies for us.

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Lifestyle Recommendations for Adrenal Fatigue

Adrenal fatigue is characterized by fatigue, insomnia, poor stress tolerance, muscle aches, anxiety and increased susceptibility to colds and flus. Diet and behavioral/lifestyle changes are crucial for recovery from adrenal fatigue. Here are diet, lifestyle, and behavioral recommendations to support the HPA axis.

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5 Ways to Begin Breaking Up with Toxic Diet Culture

Diet culture is a pervasive obsession that promotes body size over actual health and wellness: mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally. Dr. Lisa Folden, a weight inclusive, licensed physical therapist, as well as an anti diet, health wellness and body image coach in Charlotte, North Carolina shares five ways to begin breaking up with toxic diet culture.

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Managing Health When Finances Are A Concern

The prohibitive cost of tests and office visits arises with a lot of health care avenues, especially in the holistic vein of care. Nutritionist, Katherine Andrew answers the questions, how can moms managing health symptoms when finances are a concern? What can you do right now to get started?

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Reasons Not to Wait Until the New Year to Take Care of Yourself

Registered Dietitian, Christy Maloney, RD, LDN, CEDS-S owner of Enhanced Nutrition Associates in Charlotte, NC discusses how many people wait until the New Year to begin taking care of themselves. In this video, she shares why we are not waiting until January, but starting today. She also provides ways to take care of yourself right now and throughout the Holiday season.

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