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Welcome to the Women’s Health, Wisdom, and. . . WINE! podcast, a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients, and healers about complex reproductive medicine and women’s health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women’s health topics you’re already thinking about but uncomfortable talking about, and my personable favorite. . . WINE! The host, Dr. Laurena White, is an integrative reproductive medicine and women’s health provider, licensed acupuncturist, clinical herbalist, and a former labor support doula in the Washington DC Metro area. Her goal is to bring women’s health-specific evidence and expertise to the forefront of daily health and wellness news through informative conversations.To learn more, visit the website at www.laurenawhite.com.As you enjoy the podcast, conversations, and wine time, please remember that this podcast is not designed to be a substitute for a bonafide relationship with a licensed or certified healthcare professional.
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The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!Egg freezing, or mature oocyte cryopreservation, is a method used to preserve a woman's ability to get pregnant in the future. Eggs harvested from your ovaries are frozen unfertilized and stored for later use. A frozen egg can be thawed, combined with sperm in a lab and implanted in your uterus (in vitro fertilization).Egg freezing can be beneficial for a number of reasons for women wishing to preserve their fertility for the future including: Women who want or need to delay childbearing in order to pursue educational, career or other personal goalsWomen diagnosed with cancerWomen with objections to storing frozen embryos for religious and/or moral reasonsWomen with a family history of early menopauseOther medical reasons: Autoimmune diseases, fertility-reducing medications, endometriosis, ovary removal, premature ovarian failure/insufficiency, age-related fertility challenges, and gender transition surgeryModern fertility advances have given patients more options to preserve their fertility. At one time, freezing embryos was the best way to safeguard future family plans. However, thanks to a fast freezing process called vitrification, egg freezing can lead to good success rates, giving patients more choices with their fertility planning. Ovarian tissue cryopreservation also continues to show promise as another avenue for fertility preservation.About Radell:Getting a divorce and then being an early adopter of egg freezing, Radell is a life coach dedicated to bringing more awareness and ease to reproductive discussions and egg freezing. She produces an educational podcast called In Pursuit of You and an ebook, Easy Breezy Egg Freezy: A Guide to Deciding If Egg Freezing Is for You.Resources Mentioned:Easy Breezy Egg Freezy: A Guide to Deciding If Egg Freezing Is for YouConnect with Radell:Email: radell.peischler@gmail.comThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, guest suggestion, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!As we begin yet another year, now is an ideal time to review your financial health and put some spending (and SAVINGS) plans in place. Many of us have found ourselves a bit "off track" with money over the course of the last 22 or so months due to the pandemic and all of the changes, financial ones included, that have sprung forth from it. Are you on track with where you want to be financially? Is it time to revisit your gameplan or establish one?Finding financial focus may start off being a stressor depending on your current situation; however, financial health will ultimately provide you with peace of mind, body, spirit, and wallet  when you focus on some simple steps.About our guest:Jackie Hopkins is a licensed Financial Advisor. Jackie believes in helping others build personal financial security, as well as preparing women for a successful retirement that includes legacy planning and generational wealth.Jackie has an extensive background in banking and is also a paralegal. She is passionate about preparing and educating families, and has a particular passion and focus that includes educating women on financial literacy and the importance of a dedicated plan that willempower women to be successful financially. She believes in helping people make “the rest of their life the best of their life.Connect with Jackie:Email: financestages@gmail.com Phone: 410-707-0132FacebookThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!To end the year, we're talking about ten key questions that you, the patient, need to ask your obstetrician/gynecologist so that you can ensure not only better care, but also a better patient/provider partnership. For the last episode of 2021, we consider the responses to these final three KEY questions:What are your thoughts about scheduling an elective cesarean delivery?What are your thoughts about movement during labor? Will I be permitted to move and to change positions as frequently as I desire in order to help childbirth and move my baby into an optimal position? Will I be able to deliver upright instead of reclining?On a more personal note, in your own words, "What is delivery meant to be?"The hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.Be sure to like and follow the Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast wherever you listen to podcasts so you never miss an episode.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!To end the year, we're talking about ten key questions that you, the patient need to ask your obstetrician/gynecologist so that you can ensure not only better care, but also a better patient/provider partnership. To continue, we consider the responses to these three KEY questions:Do you think there is any merit in a woman giving birth without pain medication or medical intervention? Do you believe it’s even possible?Why do you think the US has the highest maternal death rate in the developed world? And why are maternal mortality rates continually rising?What do you think is an acceptable amount of time to be in labor before giving Pitocin®️ to “help things along”?The hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.Be sure to subscribe and follow the Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast wherever you listen to podcasts so you never miss an episode.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!To end the year, we're talking about ten key questions that you, the patient need to ask your obstetrician/gynecologist so that you can ensure not only better care, but also a better patient/provider partnership. To begin, we're going to start off with some basics as we approach the topic of curing versus healing.We often use these terms synonymously; however, they have very different implications in the lives of people with complex health challenges. For the sake of this and future conversations, we will talk about CURING as the elimination of all evidence  of disease. However, one can cure without healing, and one can also heal without curing. In most medical schools and residency programs, the majority of the training focuses on curing; however, very little (if any) attention is given to healing. Heal a fracture or a gaping surgical wound? Of course, but healing a person? Nope. . . That's just crazy talk.HEALING is the therapeutic process of making or becoming sound or healthy again. Healing may be operationally defined as the personal experience of the transcendence of suffering. As physicians, providers, and practitioners we can enhance our abilities as facilitators of healing by recognizing, diagnosing, minimizing, and relieving suffering, as well as helping patients transcend suffering through various integrative modalities.In short, to cure means to control or eliminate a disease that disrupts the healthy functioning of an individual's body, mind, or spirit. In contrast, to heal means to make whole that which has been broken.The hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.Be sure to subscribe and follow the Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast wherever you listen to podcasts so you never miss an episode.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!The World Health Organization (WHO) declared December 1 as World AIDS Day in 1988 providing an  opportunity for people across the world to come together in the battle against the disease, show support to those living with it, and mourn those who have lost their lives. The day also acknowledges the achievements and global efforts to deal with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. The WHO estimates that 3.77 million people were living with AIDS in 2020. Each year, organizations and individuals across the world bring attention to the HIV epidemic, endeavor to increase HIV awareness and knowledge, speak out against HIV stigma, and call for an increased response to move toward ending the global HIV epidemic.According to statistics, over 36 million lives have been lost to HIV or AIDS-related diseases so farand an estimated 37.7 million individuals were living with HIV/AIDS at the end of 2020, making it one of the deadliest diseases in the world.Raising awareness about HIV/AIDS is the first step to eradicating it.The hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
We are grateful for a growing listening audience... HAPPY THANKSGIVING, All! 🦃The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!The loss of estrogen and testosterone following menopause can lead to changes in a woman's body and sexual drive. Menopausal and postmenopausal women may notice that they're not as easily aroused, and they may be less sensitive to touching and stroking. That can lead to less interest in sex. FEAR NOT! You can reclaim your sexual qi now... Even before reaching the  perimenopause/menopause stage of your life cycle.About our guest:Jan is a licensed acupuncturist in Maryland.  She relocated to Toronto, Canada after a somewhat precipitous move during the beginning of the COVID pandemic. Now, she teaches online and in-person Qigong for general health and also for women's health. Her goal is to make this beautiful (and somewhat mysterious) ancient healing form understandable to people outside of the Chinese culture.Resources Mentioned:Daoist Vital Energy Qigong for WomenShakti Shiva Academy Connect with Jan:Website  Jan Bull Qigong Facebook PagePrivate Women's Qigong Group: itsjanbull@gmail.comThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!Are you waiting to live your life until you lose the weight? If you’re holding yourself back from truly living your life until you lose weight —  skipping the reunion, postponing the vacation, staying out of the family photo — you’ve already lost the battle and you STILL haven't lost the weight. However, if you reverse the equation and get busy TRULY living, setting and achieving your long-forgotten goals and rebuilding your confidence in the process, the weight will lose itself. For real????  Yes, for real. About our guest:Camille is a registered dietitian, public health writer, and former chronic dieter dedicated to helping women stop dieting, set bigger and better goals, and reclaim their excitement for life while losing weight in the process. She spent nearly 25 years of her life on a diet and is passionate about showing women how to break free from the downward dieting spiral of failure and the shame it brings. She learned through a long (and sometimes painful) process how to improve her relationship with food, change her destructive habits and negative thought patterns, and lose weight without dieting. She wants to teach you what she's learned so you can short-cut that process and be on your way to a happier, healthier life — one that’s no longer dominated by a desperation to lose weight . . . but will naturally help you lose it. In her "other" life, she is an editor for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and a proud mom of two beautiful daughters and her rescue dogs.Resources Mentioned:Your Ultimate Weight Loss KitchenLove to LoseConnect with Camille:FacebookInstagramLinkedInYouTubeThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!Menstruation is a uniquely natural, physiological process that is beautiful and inspiring... unless it's not. The Moon In You, curated with girls in mind is for EVERY person who menstruates, from menarche to menopause. This book will help uncover how periods have been kept in the dark and by the end you will find yourself closer to feeling The Moon In You. You will go on a journey that happens inside of you, a story that unfolds as you realize your period is a rite of passage. About our guests:Alexandria King is the author of The Moon In You, a period book for girls which works to decolonize menstruation through positivity and plant-based learning. Featured in CULTURS, the #1 Global Multicultural Magazine in 2020, she lives in the Cowichan Valley of British Columbia with her daughter and illustrator of The Moon In You—Giselle.  Alexandria has been a womb and ancestry healer over the past 10 years and has recently co-created The Anti-Racism Course for Educators with her daughter.Giselle Vriesen is the illustrator of The Moon In You, co-creator of The Anti-Racism Course for Educators, and a professional tarot card reader. Giselle also writes young adult fiction and has been published in the Cowichan Valley Voice.Resources Mentioned:The Moon In YouMenstruation Celebration Facilitator TrainingConnect with Alexandria & Giselle:InstagramThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!Yes, Breast Cancer Awareness Month was in October; however awareness is more than a pink ribbon. True awareness is a yearlong, engaging opportunity to reflect on the importance of breast health and ways to reduce the incidence and prevalence of breast cancer.About our guest:Realtor/Investor, over 15 years experienceMasters in Public PolicyRelocated to the DMV after interning on The Hill to pursue a career in politicsHer diagnosis changed her life AND her career pathNo longer willing to work in a demanding environment with no flexibility and endless amounts of red tape, she decided to set out on her own and do something that would allow her the freedom to do what no job would be able to offer her... the things that matter the most when reflecting on her life: time with her son, travel, and self actualization.Diagnosed at 30: 4/21/2010SURVIVORResources Mentioned:The Body Keeps the ScoreThe Cancer Fighting KitchenAnticancerConnect with Christine:LinkedInWebsiteTwitterInstagramThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!The words ‘decluttering’ and ‘organizing’ are sometimes used interchangeably. However, they are two very different processes. When you have a goal of creating an organized space, it can be very tempting to drive straight to your closest Container Store. However, please refrain and start with decluttering. Decluttering means getting rid of unnecessary, unused, and unloved items. Decluttering involves paring down your items by eliminating the excess. After decluttering, everything remaining should be items you use and love. Still overwhelmed by what remains?  Go through and do another round of decluttering before moving on to organizing, then call SoleOrganizer so you can achieve your goals and vision for your space. An organized space is a healthy space... one that renews your mind, your body, and your spirit.About our guest:Jakia Muhammad grew up in Columbia, MD surrounded by a community that strongly encouraged her to feel empowered, unapologetic, and to believe in herself. That explains why she felt confident in creating a business from the ground up to empower others. Being organized has always come natural to her and after receiving multiple compliments and promotions within the workplace due to her organizational skills, Jakia activated her entrepreneurial spirit. In 2015, Jakia created SoleOrganizer, LLC. SoleOrganizer is an organizing consultant company which focuses on restoring the order, simplicity, and function within one’s space. The mission of SoleOrganizer is to educate and empower those to believe that becoming organized is a lifestyle that's possible to achieve. Her philosophy and organizing tips have been featured in Real Simple magazine, The New York Time Travel section, Teenvogue.com, and on Good Morning Washington on ABC7. Jakia also believes that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to get organized and enjoys finding great organizing products at a low-cost. She truly believes that everyone deserves to dwell in space that feels light and welcoming. Resources Mentioned:Get OrganizedConnect with Jakia:InstagramWebsiteThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!This podcast dedicates most of its time addressing the facets of complex women's health and reproductive health challenges... in adults. We spend an inordinate amount of time trying to reclaim our youth. From birth to age 21-24ish we thought we were invincible. Now, we're reaping the harvest of the seeds we once planted as teenagers and young adults. How's your harvest?  Being a teenager can be a very tumultuous experience. It's a time of trying to figure out who you are and what your role is in the world. One foot is halfway into independence while the other foot is still very vulnerable and dependent on adults. This creates a dilemma where we see a deep need for guidance which is often manifest through negative behaviors and attitudes coupled with the desire for independence. Acupuncture is a safe and effective way to treat teenagers and young adults as they traverse the many obstacles that arise during these life cycles.And what about correlating seasonal changes? As adults, we often fail to remember that we were once teenagers/younger adults. So how do we  create time for rest, restoration, rejuvenation, and healing when work-from-home responsibilities meet parenting, social engagements, chores, and that ever-growing "to-do" list? Living in harmony with the seasons is where self-love, self-care, mindfulness, and intention intersect. Why is "living with the seasons" important, though?  Pandemic life has many of us living at the ends of the spectrum, either with "cabin fever" consumed by wanderlust or with defiant self-indulgence. Seasonal imperatives provide a framework for health, wellness, and healing if and when we pay attention.About our guest:Harry Chauss is deeply committed to treating his patients’ bodies, minds, and spirits to not only address immediate symptoms, but also to help them heal at the deepest level. He utilizes acupuncture, Chinese nutritional advice, Qigong, and some forms of Asian body work to help his patients live optimally. His focus? Teenagers and young adults. Outside the treatment space, Harry enjoys spending time with his wife and son in the outdoors hiking, rock climbing, and enjoying the natural world. Resources Mentioned:The Living With the Seasons Wellness Kit  guides you through living harmoniously with nature as the seasons change. Each kit focuses on the imperative for the  season and includes gifts and teachings for each season of the year. InstagramConnect with Harry:InstagramBlogThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about (and uncomfortable talking about), and  my personal favorite... WINE!September 15th – October 15  is Hispanic Heritage month and the theme for 2021, Esperanza: A Celebration of Heritage and Hope invites us to celebrate Hispanic Heritage and to reflect on how great our collective tomorrows can be when we embrace our resilience and hope while encouraging us to reflect on all the contributions Latinos have made in the past and will continue to make in the future. We will be taking several weeks to amplify the voices and the presence of the Latina powerhouses in our community.About our guest:April Hernandez Castillo... Actress, author, and motivational speaker. Best known for her riveting performance as "Eva" in the hit movie, Freedom Writers, starring Hilary Swank, April Hernandez Castillo was living the Hollywood dream. However, behind the glitz and glamor was a woman dealing secretly with a traumatic past. From growing up in the Bronx to being in an abusive relationship as a teenager, April's future looked bleak. However, as a survivor of intimate partner violence, April, determined to make a difference, educates her audiences about the power of their voices, the effects of abuse, and understanding the components of a healthy relationship. Resources Mentioned:Freedom WritersEmbracing MeConnect with April:InstagramLinkedInThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website at www.laurenawhite.com.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about (and uncomfortable talking about), and  my personal favorite... WINE!September 15th – October 15  is Hispanic Heritage month and the theme for 2021, Esperanza: A Celebration of Heritage and Hope invites us to celebrate Hispanic Heritage and to reflect on how great our collective tomorrows can be when we embrace our resilience and hope while encouraging us to reflect on all the contributions Latinos have made in the past and will continue to make in the future. We will be taking several weeks to amplify the voices and the presence of the Latina powerhouses in our community.About our guest:Everything she creates, she creates with all of her heart. This you should know. From content curation and directing her own show to set design, hair, makeup, styling, craft services, digital & web design, editing, and also being the "ESTRELLA", Rebecca puts everything she has into what she does. A woman of many talents, a TRUE POWERHOUSE! Resources Mentioned:Healing Through the Home Connect with Rebecca:InstagramWebsiteThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website at www.laurenawhite.com.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!September is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month. As we prepare for season two of the podcast (with both audio AND visual components), we will be taking the opportunity to hyperfocus on PCOS, the most common endocrine (hormonal) disorder in women, this month. PCOS is associated with reproductive and mental health complications, metabolic dysfunction, and increased cardiovascular risk. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a polygenic condition that is often misdiagnosed and consequently "mistreated".   This lifelong condition requires individualized adjustments to care throughout the lifecycle AND the road to healing requires consistent lifestyle changes.In this episode, we recap a bit of Part IV's focus on integrative treatment solutions while illustrating what an integrative approach to treatment actually looks like via a case study. We'll illuminate specific  treatment modalities, timeframe for treatment, and the... RESULTS. The hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website at www.laurenawhite.com.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!September is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month. As we prepare for season two of the podcast (with both audio AND visual components), we will be taking the opportunity to hyperfocus on PCOS, the most common endocrine (hormonal) disorder in women, this month. PCOS is associated with reproductive and mental health complications, metabolic dysfunction, and increased cardiovascular risk. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a polygenic condition that is often misdiagnosed and consequently "mistreated".   This lifelong condition requires individualized adjustments to care throughout the lifecycle AND the road to healing requires consistent lifestyle changes.In this episode, we recap a bit of Part III's focus on the diagnostic aspects while further discussing how a tailored approach to treatment is the ONLY way to adequately address signs, symptoms, and more importantly, the underlying root cause of the prevalent metabolic dysfunction.The hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website at www.laurenawhite.com.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about (and uncomfortable talking about), and  my personal favorite... WINE!September 15th – October 15  is Hispanic Heritage month and the theme for 2021, Esperanza: A Celebration of Heritage and Hope invites us to celebrate Hispanic Heritage and to reflect on how great our collective tomorrows can be when we embrace our resilience and hope while encouraging us to reflect on all the contributions Latinos have made in the past and will continue to make in the future. We will be taking several weeks to amplify the voices and the presence of the Latina powerhouses in our community.About our guest:Dr. Dinorah Nieves pushes for growth and balance in the emotional, financial, social, spiritual, occupational, physical, intellectual and environmental sectors. A former mediator, counselor, advice columnist, and university professor, Dr. Nieves has spent over a decade helping people to reach their highest potential - both personally and professionally. She has engaged student minds at Fordham and Pace University and has presented on topics ranging from "The Impact of Poverty" to "How to Form and Maintain Healthy Relationships."  Resources Mentioned:Love You: 12 Ways to Be Who You Love & Love Who You AreConnect with Dr. Nieves:InstagramWebsiteThe hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website at www.laurenawhite.com.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a biweekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!September is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month. As we prepare for season two of the podcast (with both audio AND visual components), we will be taking the opportunity to hyperfocus on PCOS, the most common endocrine (hormonal) disorder in women, this month. PCOS is associated with reproductive and mental health complications, metabolic dysfunction, and increased cardiovascular risk. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a polygenic condition that is often misdiagnosed and consequently "mistreated".   This lifelong condition requires individualized adjustments to care throughout the lifecycle AND the road to healing requires consistent lifestyle changes.In this episode, we recap a bit of Part II's focus on the signs and the symptoms while further discussing how an appropriate diagnosis is made by delineating the TYPES of PCOS, some other conditions that can often be mistaken for PCOS, and what other diagnoses can often "tag along" for the PCOS ride.The hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website at www.laurenawhite.com.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a biweekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!September is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month. As we prepare for season two of the podcast (with both audio AND visual components), we will be taking the opportunity to hyperfocus on PCOS, the most common endocrine (hormonal) disorder in women, this month. PCOS is associated with reproductive and mental health complications, metabolic dysfunction, and increased cardiovascular risk. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a polygenic condition that is often misdiagnosed and consequently "mistreated".   This lifelong condition requires individualized adjustments to care throughout the lifecycle AND the road to healing requires consistent lifestyle changes. In this episode, we recap a bit of Part 1's focus on the prevalence and causes of PCOS along with the "big picture" metabolic aspects associated with this condition while further discussing the clinical manifestations (signs and symptoms) and complications. The hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website at www.laurenawhite.com.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a biweekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!September is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month. As we prepare for season two of the podcast (with both audio AND visual components), we will be taking the opportunity to hyperfocus on PCOS, the most common endocrine (hormonal) disorder in women, this month. PCOS is associated with reproductive and mental health complications, metabolic dysfunction, and increased cardiovascular risk. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a polygenic condition that is often misdiagnosed and consequently "mistreated".   This lifelong condition requires individualized adjustments to care throughout the lifecycle AND the road to healing requires consistent lifestyle changes.  The hashtag for the podcast is #nourishyourflourish. You can also find our practice on the following social media outlets:Facebook: The Eudaimonia CenterInstagram: theeudaimoniacenterTwitter: eu_daimonismFor more reproductive medicine and women's health information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit our website at www.laurenawhite.com.Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at info@laurenawhite.com.
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