October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and it also just so happens to be the month that I take care of those yearly wellness visits. Eye Exam. Physical. GYN visit. Before seeing my GYN doc, the nurse was reviewing my history…and asked about my mammogram and if there was every anything unusual in my breasts.Continue Reading »
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Everything You Need To Know About Pumpkin Seeds… And Didn’t Know You Needed To!
The value of pumpkin seeds might be great, but we know we can help you with what really matters – your aches and pains. Checkout here to learn more about pelvic organ prolapse and how you can help your partner, or see what other helpful tips we have for you here. Pumpkin seeds are small butContinue Reading »
Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail:
What are you going to commit to so that you finish the year strong? Here it is October 1, 2019! I wish it felt more like fall here in Northern Virginia—The Capital Weather Gang tells me that after record breaking heat mid-week, we’ll finally have some consistently cooler days. This warm weather makes it hard forContinue Reading »
A Walk in the Woods is the Prescription: 3 Ways Contact with Nature Improves Your Health
It’s no secret that one of the things I love best to do is to walk in the woods. My love started as a kid and taking Sunday drives along the Blue Ridge Parkway in western North Carolina. My family also owned a bit of land in the mountains that we spent a lot ofContinue Reading »
How Stress and Diet Relate to Pain
Have you ever been in a foreign country and tried to order off of a long, complicated, alien looking menu? Did you use hand signals to describe the dish you wanted? Did you whip out your phone and hope Google had the answers? And, in the end, did you just close your eyes and trustContinue Reading »
Water, Simply Water
There is a lot of advice out that promises to help with brain fog, itchy skin, weight loss, constipation, and urinary frequency. It can be very confusing. Eat these foods, avoid those foods. Drink this, don’t drink that. Exercise—stretch, lift weights, get your heart rate up or not. It’s no wonder, we tend to throwContinue Reading »