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How to have difficult health conversations

Michelle Konstantinovsky

Adulting is hard on so many levels. Between work, romantic relationships, family commitments, and friend issues, you’ve probably got your fill of...

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Drinking and pregnancy: Your top questions answered

Kyoko Peña-Robles, MD, MPH

“What if I drank a little before I realized I was pregnant?” This is a fairly common question providers hear from newly pregnant women. If...

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Should I hire a birth doula?

Ellen O'Malley Kato, FNP

Women who use doulas report fewer cesarean sections, reduced need for pain relief, and greater satisfaction when they reflect back on their birth experience....

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Kids’ Health Questions: Should I Sleep Train My Baby?

Michelle Konstantinovsky

Question: What is “sleep training” and should I do it? Isn’t it cruel to ignore my baby’s crying? Sarit’s Answer: Sleep...

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Kids’ Health Questions: How Should I Do Time-Outs?

Sarit Silver, MD

Question: What’s the right way to do a time-out when my child misbehaves? Answer: There aren’t really hard and fast rules about the...

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8 Ways to Pamper Yourself After Giving Birth

Bernadette Donovan, ANP

The first few weeks of motherhood are a roller coaster—beautiful one moment and frustrating the next. You may feel emotionally fried from lack of...

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7 Tips for a Natural Birth

Bernadette Donovan, ANP

While most women in the US use some form of pain relief during labor like an epidural, a growing number are choosing to skip pain medication if they’re...

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Your Options for Pain Relief in Childbirth

Jesahel Alarcon, NP-C

Today, women have more options for reducing pain during labor and delivery than ever before. But there’s a lot of debate over which methods are best....

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