Mom, Myself, & I

You already know it's important to watch your sugar intake and get plenty of veggies, but what about when it comes to getting your recommended yearly screenings? Experts ...

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Raising kids is one of the hardest things we'll ever do and choosing to do it differently than the way it was modeled to us can make it even harder. If today hasn't been as ...

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As you may have guessed from the somewhat scary sounding name, bacterial vaginosis is a bacterial infection that occurs in the vagina and is technically considered an STD. A ...

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I have been balancing out our glittery and bedazzled library with some tales that give a different perspective to "happily ever after." Here are five we've enjoyed in our ...

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A full 75 percent of women experience a yeast infection at some point in their lives. While the symptoms are certainly uncomfortable and can interfere with your daily ...

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We all talk a big talk about how women can do everything: Have babies and an awesome career and a clean house and a perfect body and Pinterest parties. But deep down most of ...

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The American Cancer Society recommends that women have their first mammogram at age 45 — earlier if there is a family history of breast cancer — and every year after ...

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As we celebrate Memorial Day with family and friends, enjoying the customary barbecues and a day off from work, take advantage of the opportunity to teach your kids the ...

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If you’re a work from home parent you’re likely used to being flexible. If you’re a work from home parent who keeps your kids at home with you while you work, you’re ...

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So I haven't seen the much-talked-about new movie Tully, starring Charlize Theron just yet, but it seems like everyone else has something to say about how "real" and "raw" ...

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