South of Your Border: Straight Answers About Pelvic Health

We love finding pelvic health educational events all across the country and the world, so we're excited to share the upcoming "South of Your Border: Straight Answers About Pelvic Health" event happening at the Banner Health Center in Surprise, Arizona (13995 W. Statler Blvd.) on February 12. The event is free, and will take place …

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Jennifer Aniston, Cake, and Chronic Pain

In the new film Cake, coming out nationwide on Friday, Jennifer Aniston portrays Claire, a woman suffering from chronic pain, who finds herself learning how to deal with the suicide of a member in her chronic pain support group. While Aniston has received rave reviews for her performance, we're curious to see the film ourselves. …

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An Unnecessary Hysterectomy

According to an article in The Huffington Post, a new study performed by the University of Michigan and Wayne State University suggests one in five women undergoing hysterectomy surgery never needed the procedure. In fact, the article states, hysterectomy "is the second most common surgery performed on reproductive-age women in the United States, after the …

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Exercising the Blues Away

Winter can be a difficult time for many people, physically and emotionally. Bodies may hurt from the cold, or there may be feelings of anxiety and depression. Exercise can help ease all of these feelings, however. In a recent article on the Mayo Clinic website, the Mayo staff details a list of ways this can …

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