We all make New Year's Resolutions, whether they be big or small. But if you choose a few small changes to aspire to, you'll find yourself far more likely to stick to them.
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Are you considering becoming a midwife? With the different credentials available, you may be confused about the path to take. This overview of the four types of midwives should help you.
Have you been thinking about becoming a birth doula, supporting women through labor and birth? Being a doula is a unique job that can be enormously fulfilling, but it's not for everyone.
As we're entering a new year, it's time to reflect on what happened in 2016. Besides the extremely polarizing events that have dominated the news, some crucial health breakthroughs were achieved that we can definitely all be proud of.
Contrary to popular belief, sleeping in a hammock can be better for you than sleeping in a bed.
We spend more time using technology than ever before. Here, we explore how our tech is affecting our health, and find out what can be done about it.
What should you expect when you just can't make your appointment with your doctor on time? How you respect your doctor's time, and your doctor respects yours, tells you a lot about what you can expect for the results of care.
When we're sick, we don't exactly feel like heading out to the store or to the doctor's office. So here are some great tips to soothe your flu ridden body at home.