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Survival Tips for Single Parents

Parenthood is challenging – being a single parent takes the word ‘challenging’ to a whole new different level. In fact, being a single parent might feel like the hardest thing you have ever done. However, we all know that having a child (or children) beats nothing – each trial and hardship is all worth it.   Here are some practical tips for single parents that will help you persevere ... READ MORE

Vaginal Conditions Women Experience as They Age

Just when you thought your vagina had it worst during puberty and childbirth, you are hit with aging and menopause and you find that your lady parts are up to see some more changes. You may be wondering why you haven’t heard of this before. Well, it’s not a trending topic, so yes, you’re probably a little uninformed and sadly unprepared for what’s going to happen next.   Hair ... READ MORE

Preventing Vaginal Infections

A lot of women experience bothersome vaginitis or vaginal infections at some point. Your vulva, which is the area around the entrance to your vagina can get easily irritated and inflamed. Because vaginal infections usually happen without warning, many women believe that there is nothing you can do but deal with it when it happens.   The truth is, you CAN do something more than deal with it ... READ MORE

Infertility and Some of Its Common Causes

1 in 6 couples are now being diagnosed with infertility and this fact can be pretty devastating. It is high-time to work to change how we manage and educate fertility health.   Infertility is an equal-opportunity condition, meaning both men and women can be the source of infertility. Great news: the majority of infertility cases CAN be treated. Some couples who have been diagnosed with infert ... READ MORE

Naturopathy: How It Can Help With Infertility

Infertility is basically defined as a person’s inability to conceive and produce a child. Usually, a diagnosis is made after a year of active sexual activity without any contraception. Before, it was believed that infertility affected females predominantly, but recent studies have shown that about 30% of cases are attributed to female factors, 30% to male causes, 20% to combined e ... READ MORE