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Slow and Steady

You don’t have to be the fastest. In fact, it may even benefit you to be a slow jogger. http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/02/04/slow-runners-come-out-ahead/

Acupuncture Alleviates Postpartum Depression

As effective as Prozac, without the side effects http://www.healthcmi.com/Acupuncture-Continuing-Education-News/1411-acupuncture-alleviates-postpartum-depression

Acupuncture, IVF & IUI

Check out our guest post on FitBump! http://www.fitbump360.com/blog/cat/Sara_Frohlich/post/Acupuncture_And_IVF/ Acupuncture is a fantastic resource for enhancing your fertility, and can be a great complement to modern assisted reproductive techniques like IVF and IUI. You might be wondering how acupuncture can help, when you should come for treatments and if are there any risks or other concerns. […]

Get moving, stop sitting, make progress!

This article illustrates how just adding bits of exercise to your routine here and there can seriously impact your health in a positive way. The converse is of course that all that negative behavior can add up too. So avoid getting overwhelmed and start by making smarter decisions one by one – you will see […]

Happy World Breastfeeding Week! Check out our mention on Stroller Traffic! Staying Abreast Local musts for nursing moms World Breastfeeding Week kicks off today—a perfect time, we thought, to round up New York’s best gear and gurus for nursing moms. Best lactation consultant: Ayelet Kaznelson approaches nursing from a place of acceptance. She instructs breastfeeding […]

Upcoming Events May 13th and 14th         Upcoming Events May 13th Pregnant New Yorker May 14th C-Section Recovery Workshop     I hope you are doing well and enjoying the gorgeous spring weather! In the spirit of Mother’s Day, please check out these 2 events at which I will be participating coming […]

Whole Again Workshop

Upcoming Workshop Whole Again: A healing circle for women who were challenged by Cesarean delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WHOLE AGAIN Whether your Cesarean delivery was weeks, months or years ago, you […]

Happy Year of the Rabbit!

The year of the rabbit promises to be a calmer, more peaceful year than last year’s tumultuous tiger.

Being Healthy at 100

Check out this article on how simple lifestyle changes can have a great positive impact on your health. And it’s never too late to start. Some suggestions are as simple as walking. Little things really do make a difference! http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/26/health/26brody.html?src=me&ref=health