Evolving Women's Health

Q&A with Environmental Toxins Expert and Educator Lara Adler

This month, we spoke with Lara Adler, an educator and holistic health coach specializing in environmental toxins. We talked with her about the role of chemical exposure in our everyday life and how these toxins affect the vaginal biome and reproductive health. 
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A Biopsychosocial Approach to Trans Care: Interview with Aleece Fosnight

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Study Reviews Physical and Psychological Disparities in Transgender (TGE) Adolescents

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Hormonal Health for Women: A Pharmacist’s Perspective with Tara Thompson

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Case Study: Functional Nutrition Approach Improves Vulvodynia and Depression

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Integrative Healthcare for Women: Q&A with Dr. Jessica Drummond

Good Clean Love medial advisor Dr. Jessica Drummond is passionate about integrative healthcare. We ask Dr. Drummond about her root-cause approach to treating women's health issues, how nutrition can be a game changer, and the role of the gut biome in vulvovaginal health. 
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New Research Explores Pain-Related Anxiety and Depression Associated with Vulvodynia

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Study: Vaginal Douching Increases Risk of Vaginal Infections

A 2020 study from the Journal of the Turkish-German Gynecological Association found an increased risk of vaginal infections among women who performed vaginal douching (VD). 
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A Naturopath’s Approach to Vaginal Care: Q&A with Aimée Gould Shunney, ND

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Feminine Hygiene Products May Be Source of Toxic Chemicals

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A Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Approach for Vulvodynia

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