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12/11/2013 - 15:23

Every Halloween, I make an effort to dress up, even if it just means putting on a red clown nose—generally whatever I can find spur of the moment. This year was no exception. After I got my kids ready for trick-or-treating, I realized that I did not have a costume. I ran into my husband’s closet, rummaged through his stuff, and came out donning a sport coat and Fedora hat. Then, in desperation, I grabbed the black “washable” marker and drew a mustache across my face. I was set to go!

12/05/2013 - 15:52

Testimonial Thursday: Tampons to SoftcupI have been a super plus tampon user ever since I started my period in 7th grade (I am 27 now) and, even then, I was changing them every 3 hours or so. I discovered Softcup about 2 years ago and even though I experience some leakage, it is SO much better than a tampon.

11/29/2013 - 13:27

As one of the most beloved childhood stories, Harry Potter remains a popular phenomena with young and old alike. Although most know J.K.

11/07/2013 - 10:42

Atrophic Vaginitis, menopause womanAs women, we are destined to pass through different rites of passage. One of these rites is menopause. While some approach menopause with disdain, others welcome it with open arms. As with any change, there is good and bad. The good news for many women is that menopause marks the end of the pesky monthly period....

10/25/2013 - 13:22

It’s prime pumpkin season, which means get it in your belly while it lasts. Pumpkin is high in Vitamin A and antioxidants, rich in potassium and fiber, low in calories and, above all, tasty! Here are a few of my best pumpkin recipe finds to bring to your Halloween party or to keep all for yourself. Take your pick.

Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins

10/17/2013 - 12:04

pagDuring my time running for Miss Montana, I knew my cycle could possibly ruin the whole bit. I made it through the first half of the week all right, but when it came to competition time, my cycle started. Oh boy.

10/07/2013 - 15:15

flu bluesIt is hard to believe that fall is here, especially since I have been experiencing temperatures in the triple digits this past week. Fall is my favorite time of the year - autumn colors, new school year and football! As a physician, it also marks the time to prepare my patients for the upcoming influenza, otherwise known as “the flu” season....

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