Health & Wellness

Don't Let Your Annual Exam Become a New Year's Resolution!

December 14, 2021   |   Health & Wellness

Don't Let Your Annual Exam Become a New Year's Resolution!

As we say goodbye to the past year and look forward to embracing new and exciting possibilities, it's important to leave 2021 behind on a positive note. We want to feel that we've wrapped up all of our to-do's, settled our business, and can go into 2022 knowing we prioritize our wellness and honor our commitment to take care of ourselves.

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Gathering for the Holidays? Time to Talk Medical History.

November 11, 2021   |   Health & Wellness

Gathering for the Holidays? Time to Talk Medical History.

The holidays are right around the corner, and it's time to start making plans for when you'll see your family next. Whether you meet up with them all the time, or only once a year, this is the perfect time to start asking about your family's medical history. It might seem trivial in light of Thanksgiving turkeys and the kids opening their Christmas gifts, but it matters more than you may realize.

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What You Need to Know About Skin Cancer

August 18, 2021   |   Cancer, Health & Wellness

What You Need to Know About Skin Cancer

Skin cancer can happen to anyone. The frustrating part is how it tends to sneak upon us. It's easy enough to spot on the face, hands, and feet, but what about the back and shoulders? While it's impossible to diagnose skin cancer without seeing a medical professional for an evaluation, here are some signs of what skin cancer looks like, and tips to help you prevent it.

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Raising Fearless Women: How to Talk to your Daughter about Periods

July 30, 2021   |   Health & Wellness

Raising Fearless Women: How to Talk to your Daughter about Periods

Let's face it; women are pretty amazing. Our bodies are strong, powerful, and incredibly resilient. As parents, we want to pass on that sense of relentless courage and self-confidence to our children. However, growing up can be an awkward time for young adults. From acne to changing bodies, adolescence is a vulnerable stage in our lives. It's hard to feel like a superwoman when faced with the obstacle of our first period. 

Period talks don't have to be awkward.

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