What to Know for the 2020-2021 Flu Season

The flu season is upon us. The exact timing of flu season changes from year to year, but influenza tends to become more common starting in October and then ramp up from there, with the most virus activity occurring between … Continue reading

Stress is Soaring During the Coronavirus Pandemic, So Are Divorce Rates

Tensions have been running high since the coronavirus pandemic swept the country earlier this year, and divorce rates in the United States have increased. In a recent survey by Legal Templates, 31% of couples say the quarantine has been damaging … Continue reading

Hormone Replacement Therapy During Menopause: Is It Right for You?

Due to changing hormone levels, it’s not uncommon for women to experience a variety of symptoms during menopause, including hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, pain during sex, chills, mood changes, and difficulty sleeping. For some women these symptoms are … Continue reading

5 Ways to Reduce Your Risk for Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is a slow-growing disease that develops within the cells of the cervix and is known to be silent in its early stages. Most cervical cancer is caused by strains of a very common sexually transmitted infection called human … Continue reading

Depression Among Stay-At-Home Moms is Real

Being a stay-at-home mom is a tough job anytime, but especially these days when there are so many extra responsibilities and burdens added into the picture due to the coronavirus. In addition to parenting around the clock, many stay-at-home moms … Continue reading

What You Need to Know About Urinary Incontinence

If you feel as though you just don’t have control of your bladder or if you ever leak urine, you may be suffering from a condition called urinary incontinence. This loss of bladder control and urine leakage can happen when … Continue reading

Tips for Shifting Your Baby from Two Naps to One

Most people would agree that caring for little ones throughout the pandemic has been challenging and not at all what most of us are used to. While focusing so intently on how to keep your family safe, it’s easy to … Continue reading

Date Night Ideas in the Time of Coronavirus

Times are a bit different these days and while you may not be comfortable having a baby-sitter in your home or dining at a local restaurant, this doesn’t mean you’re not in need of a date night. So, what exactly … Continue reading

IUDs After Birth: Here’s What You Need to Know

If you’re considering birth control options after giving birth, an intrauterine device, more commonly known as an IUD, is a great option to consider. IUDs are safe to use while breastfeeding, and you don’t need to remember to take a … Continue reading

7 Activities to Keep Your Kids Safe and Happy This Summer

School’s out for summer, but this summer break is shaping up to be very different from what you and your kids are used to because of the coronavirus pandemic. Many childcare centers, summer camps, and entertainment venues are closed, leaving … Continue reading