Womens Health and Pregnancy

Category Archives: Pregnancy & Postpartum

The Midwife as Status Symbol

Womens Health and Pregnancy

The Midwife as a status symbol “Are midwives becoming trendy, like juice cleanses and Tom’s shoes? It seems that way, at least among certain well-dressed pockets of New York society, where midwifery is no longer seen as a weird, fringe practice favored by crunchy types, but as an enlightened, more natural choice for the famous

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Miles For Midwives

Just a reminder that the 10th annual Miles for Midwives event will held in Prospect Park TOMORROW on Saturday October 6, 2012 from 8.30am to 2pm. We will be bringing our dog Sophie along so come and say Hi to her! Please come along and show your support for the wonderful profession of midwifery.  For more

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How Many Calories Do You Burn During Sex?

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Hummm… I thought our readers would find this interesting: Most people burn about 100 to 200 calories each time they have sex — but here are some really fun ways to send that number through the roof. Click HERE for the full article

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Fitness Postpartum…When Can I Start to Exercise

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Fitness Postpartum: When Can I Start to Exercise? Was your first thought upon seeing yourself in the mirror for the first time after having your baby, “where’s my six-pack?” Probably not, but that’s not to say the thought of getting back into shape didn’t cross your mind pretty quickly after those first few blissful moments

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Miles For Midwives

MRPT Physical Therapy are, once again, proud sponsors of the 10th annual Miles for Midwives event to be held in Prospect Park on Saturday October 6, 2012. Please come along and show your support for the wonderful profession of midwifery.  For more information click Miles for Midwives

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I laughed so hard, I actually peed my pants

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“I laughed so hard, I actually peed my pants” If you think this only happens as you get older, think again! It’s no laughing matter and it’s more common than you think! This is called stress urinary incontinence. It’s not normal, but it is treatable. Why does it happen? In most cases, it is caused by week

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