By now we all know that up to 30% of all women will be diagnosed with uterine fibroids by the time they're 35 , and up to 80% of all women will be diagnosed with uterine fibroids by the time they're 50. African American women suffer more severe symptoms, they grow more quickly, and happen at … Continue reading But Why? The Mystery of Fibroids Part 1: Estrogen Dominance
It seems like there is a month or day for everything now: Best Friend Day, Doughnut Day, Wine Day (obviously all days that I am here for). Then there are more serious days: HIV Awareness Day, Earth Day, Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day. Again, all days I can get behind. And of … Continue reading There’s a Month For That
...and it's not by recognizing the week with a proclamation. Someone I know shared a little nugget about Congress and their plan to overturn a DC law that prevents women from being fired for using IVF or getting pregnant out-of-wedlock. At first, I thought it had to be some kind of Onion type article, but no. This … Continue reading How Congress Celebrates NIAW….