The medical community have known for a century that women are living in constant pain. They’ve done nothing about it. So says author Gabrielle Jackson in her new book Pain and Prejudice. Photo by Juan Pablo Arenas on Pexels.com "Why are women still being treated as hysterical, overly emotional, anxious and unreliable witnesses to their... Continue Reading →
Photo by Noelle Otto on Pexels.comPhoto by Bas Masseus on Pexels.comPhoto by Daniel Reche on Pexels.comPhoto by Ingo Joseph on Pexels.comPhoto by Rene Asmussen on Pexels.com ‘It’s a superpower’: how walking makes us healthier, happier and brainier Neuroscientist Shane O’Mara believes that plenty of regular walking unlocks the cognitive powers of the brain like nothing... Continue Reading →
Simple, enjoyable selfcare for health, wellbeing and stress relief is something we can do any day of the week.
I'm not showing you any images with this one. Head over right now and read this interview with Katie Holten and see the examples of her work, and then you might want to create your very own arboreal alphabet. Or perhaps, instead of trees, you might choose flowers, or leaves, or birds, or insects or fish;... Continue Reading →
During pre-conception care, one of the things I discuss with couples is the "fertile window", and that there's a lot of chemical signalling going on between sperm and the egg. In these discussions, essentially we're working to ensure that there will be several million healthy, active sperm waiting in the fallopian tubes before ovulation occurs, quietly communicating with the... Continue Reading →