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Your Pelvic Floor Health Questions ANSWERED :: By Your Friendly Results Physiotherapy PT!

Recently, we posted a poll asking for YOUR physical therapy questions. We sorted through them and sent them over to our friends at Results Physiotherapy. We’re excited to share their helpful answers and information with YOU, our readers. Read up, mamas! Try their suggestions, and make an appointment! Now is a great time since you’ve […]

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Back to School Health Checklist – What Your Child Needs and Where You Can Get It

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And in the midst of buying ALL THOSE SCHOOL SUPPLIES, you may overlook some of your back to school health requirements. This list will help you figure out what you need—and where you can get it (even at the last minute). School and Sports Physicals New to […]

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Going Viral: 5 Horrifying and Common Childhood Illnesses that Will Haunt your Dreams

Remember when you first brought baby home from the hospital? He was so tiny, so helpless, so very vulnerable to all the ills of this world. You made guests wash their hands before they got nursery clearance and you hosed down the shopping cart with Purell every damn time you went to the store. In […]

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How We Discuss Our Bodies MATTERS — Kids Are Always Listening

It’s feeling like spring today. Seventy-nine degrees, zero clouds, light breeze. YES, please! I currently sit in my back yard wearing short shorts and a bikini top. Seriously. I am. Give me all the rays.  First. A little background. Currently I’m in the midst of what seems like a never ending weight loss journey. Three years ago […]

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The Best Baby-Friendly Policy

I loathe the term cluster feed. Ever heard of it? My second night postpartum, I asked my nurse to take my son to the nursery so that I could sleep. She shook her head and said that Baby-Friendly hospitals encourage rooming in so that babies can cluster feed. Come again? By this time, I’d been awake for nearly […]

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