The Biome Blog

The Harmful Effects of Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals on Reproductive Health

In 2019, an article from the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and its publication Fertility and Sterility examined the impact of environmental toxins on fertility and reproductive outcomes, and its staggering potential for multigenerational effects.
by SHWI Staff

Q&A with Environmental Toxins Expert and Educator Lara Adler

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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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Vaginal Microbiome Composition Differs In Vulvodynia Patients

by SHWI Staff

New Approaches to Vulvodynia and Gynecology: Q&A with Susan Kellogg-Spadt

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Journal of Sexual Medicine Study Suggests Hyaluronic Acid as a Non-Hormonal Treatment for Menopausal Women

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

This month, we talked with compound pharmacist Tara Thompson, PharmD., FAPC, on delivery methods of hormonal treatments, how hormonal imbalances impact the vaginal biome, and her advocacy work in the field of sexual medicine.
by SHWI Staff

Case Study: Functional Nutrition Approach Improves Vulvodynia and Depression

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

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New Research Explores Pain-Related Anxiety and Depression Associated with Vulvodynia

by SHWI Staff