- March 1st, 2014
Women can have it all—depending on how you define it. Love? Sure. Career? No problem. Children? Well, you’ll have to plan accordingly. This last checked box is where it gets a little more complicated.It’s possible to have it all…if you plan for it!By Cara Lucas
- July 1st, 2013
Your Bones: How You Can Prevent Osteoporosis and Have Strong Bones for Life—Naturally
(Praktikos Books 2013) by Lara Pizzorno, MA, LMT
- June 1st, 2013
Despite the richness of the English language, we wrestle to express the connection between the mind and the body in non-dichotomous terms. Our metaphors, however, have no such problems. We speak of heartache, of someone getting under our skin, or of being a pain in the neck. Sometimes the metaphors are connected to quite similar manifestations in our bodies.Mind-body practices for easing conception and well-beingBy Victoria Maizes, MD
- December 1st, 2008
If you and your partner are having trouble conceiving, a soy-rich diet may be partially to blame. A small study from the Harvard School of Public Health found that men who ate roughly half a serving of soy food a day (about 1 cup of soy milk or one serving of tofu every other day) had significantly lower sperm concentrations than men who didn’t eat soy.
By Nora Simmons
- February 1st, 2008
It doesn’t seem all that tricky. But in the US, baby making has turned into one of the most earnest endeavors of the 21st century. More than 6 million women of childbearing age have trouble getting pregnant, and infertility affects an estimated one in 10 couples.
10 foods to boost baby makingBy Lisa Turner