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Understanding Your Reproductive Health

“ A woman’s reproductive health involves the whole cycle that regulates menstruation, fertility, menopause as well as the sex drive. Having a healthy reproductive system is essential in a woman’s life that is why tests such as pelvic exams, pap smear and screenings for breast cancer is important for a woman to have on a regular basis.” 528 more words

HEALTH & FITNESS

PCOS - My Story

Hey everyone! I’ve been meaning to write and post today’s post for a while, but every time I’ve written it it just seems to be a big jumbled mess! 1,127 more words

Health

Infant Deaths Continue to Drop in the U.S.

Government agencies have released some good news for newborns. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) found in a new analysis that the rate of infant mortality in the U.S. 119 more words

Future of Reproductive Health in America

How New Administrative Regulations Will Impact Reproductive Health

by Noah Forougi

Since 1990, reproductive health in America has become safer, more efficient, and less costly. Teen pregnancies have decreased substantially, new technology has made abortions safer, and access to contraception has slowed the spread of sexually transmitted diseases around the world. 472 more words

Public Health

The Day I Found Out Christians Could Be Democrats

One of the most important reasons I started this blog: to fill the void of too-few liberal voices talking about how our faith inspires our politics. 496 more words

Love

Obstacles.

Today, I danced again. Just for a little bit.

I was actually not planning to dance at all, outside of my favorite workout tape, “10 Minute Solutions Hip-Hop Dance Remix”. 979 more words

Dance

8 Simple Ways to Provide Free Menstrual Products to Girls and Women in Need

Every 28 days, millions of girls and women in developing countries miss school or work – up to 50 days per year – because they lack access to affordable menstrual products. 676 more words

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