When I started on my alcohol-free (AF) journey, I completely immersed myself in all the information I could. I had to figure out who I was without alcohol.
Distance learning started off well enough... that is, until it crashed and burned. My son would scowl at me with crossed arms and feet firmly planted while saying, "I'm not doing it!!"
Spoiler alert: one thing that you can’t control is getting pregnant. We realized this pretty quickly when it didn’t happen as easily as we thought it would. We’ve had no luck, but we're still trying.
Have you ever wondered what's normal and not normal when it comes to your pelvic health? We answer your most pressing (and sometimes embarrassing) questions about gynecological health.
We sat down with Dr. Melissa Richards, chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Olmsted Medical Center (OMC), to hear her answers to what she has said is some of the most pressing questions about women's health in the area of OB/GYN.
It's been a lonely year. We all desperately were holding out hope that this would be over by the time school started. Here we sit. I'm so tired. I know you're so tired too. And now, here come the holidays.
Stay-safe-at-home guidelines don’t bother us too much; we’re introverted homebodies. However, now that the holidays are approaching, we’ve had to make and break some plans.
Olmsted Medical Center has designed two new programs just for moms who are ready to retrain their bodies and help build strength.
I want to make sure my children’s (and my patients’) teeth stay healthy, but I don’t want my kids to miss out on the fun…and I don’t think they have to.
2020 has been hard. But, I have learned so much about myself this year - and about the world. Here's what we can take with us after 2020 is over.