Vaccinations! This article is about vaccinations (I’m from Chicago so getting shot is a sensitive subject). We all get our Flu shots every year in my household. I was infected by the actual Flu virus once in college and I truly thought I was dying. I literally thought […]
Dr. Wendy Goodall McDonald
Dr. Wendy Goodall McDonald, also known as Dr. Every Woman is a board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist and founder of The Gyneco-blogic, a health blog that combines education and fun. She also doubles as an author, singer, and rapper, rising as the Wierd Al of women’s health. Connect with Dr. Wendy on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @dreverywoman
See the list of ingredients you should avoid within beauty (and baby) products that are linked to cancer.
Many women are afraid of the idea of having an IUD, but it’s actually a great form of birth control. Here’s what you should actually know about IUD.
Parenthood is a gift. I have encountered enough infertility and devastating pregnancy outcomes to know that. I am so blessed and am grateful for my children every day, and I don’t take them for granted. But, I will “serious voice” them in a minute if they loose their […]
A list of things not to say or do to pregnant women
In medicine there are may words that are said by patients that I don’t correct for fear of embarrassment. Here’s a short list for your entertainment.
What is a Pap test and what does it mean if yours is abnormal? Learn about this, HPV, and more in this blog post.
My nose runs me. Music and smells can make or break my mood. Having a hard day? I’ll put on my Michelle Williams Pandora and break out some amazing Soacopia hand cream, and suddenly all is right in the world. The fact that I grew up living in […]
Do you remember the coconut water marketing flurry of recent years. I initially was not a fan, but now find a good chilled unflavored coconut water very refreshing. I am also an 80’s baby, so the days of Almond Joy and Mounds being popular candy bars serve as […]
Well it’s not that girl that lives down the block, it’s a virus. This virus is transmitted by mosquito bites and causes mild symptoms in those exposed, but in select populations, the implications are large. Here are a few facts you should know and can share with family […]