A women’s health and wellness blog about gynecologic health and common gynecologic concerns and conditions such as sex, contraception, menstrual periods, hormones, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, and PCOS. The latest women’s health research, breaking health news,  fascinating facts, curious gynecologic history, current therapies, our guy’s health, fitness, nutrition, weight management, and advanced medical testing discussed by a Board Certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist: Dr. Suzanne Trupin.


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December 3, 2018

Gas is just part of digestion, and to get the nutrition out of your food you have to digest properly.The right exercise, the right wind relieving pose, and the right foods will move your toxins out of your body with a bit of delicate gas, but then what is with these days when it seems that there is quite a bit, and not al...

November 26, 2018

Everyone knows that critical ways smoking harms your health is  to put you at risk of cancers, cardiovascular disease, and lung disease. Heath warnings that you are unaware of are providing us with more reasons to help you quit smoking tobacco!

1. Stopping smoking has a real chance to meaningfully extend your life. Over ha...

October 21, 2018

Our Morning Jo does help us think and now a new company is trying to help us improve brain function with coffee or other drinks.

We have still recommended that our patients focus attention on how to improve our brain by recommending brain games and prevention of cholesterol problems that would potentially affect the circul...

October 1, 2018

 75% of women will have some menstrual cramps (known as dysmenorrhea) and exercise can help reduce or eliminate cramps for a variety of reasons. Pain sensitization, psychological, social, and cultural factors will affect everyone's menstrual pain, which is going to be true regardless of the type of exercise.I A new review...

As fall comes around and classes begin, it’s important to keep an eye on our health. College can give you the best and worst experiences, which in turn, affect your health (both mental and physical). We’ve all heard of the “freshman 15” along with all the stress classes and being away from home can bring, so a popular que...

August 11, 2018

1. Here's why you should incorporate yoga into your fitness routines.

2. Yoga can make you fit in many ways.

3. Yoga prep is very straight forward. Get out a mat. Be in a well ventilated room, and get your water bottle. Be in comfortable clothes, and be sure to rest if any of your movements cause undue fatigue. You are re...

When Maya DiRado won the 400 IM at the Olympic Trials, the Stanford Swimmer didn’t just turn heads because she was fast (she was) or beautiful (she is), but also because the announcer calling her event revealed that at age 15, she had a perfect math SAT score! In fact, swimmers such as star freestyler Katie Ledecky (also...

1. Exercise programs should include activities for aerobic conditioning, activities for strengthening, and activities for stretching. Each sport/workout will use it's own set of muscles and ligaments and the most fittest among us participate in various sports, not just one type of exercise.

2. As for curing gyno conditions...

July 23, 2018

Just because you anti-age, you may not necessarily be assuring longer life. It does seem like a reasonable assumption though, so most of us want to know a plan to live longer and live well. The newest study from the journal Science published this past month says that after 105 aging slows down.

No one sure fire longevity p...

At Hatha Yoga and Fitness x Hada Cosmetic Medicine we say exercise is going to translate into health for all your body parts, and ultimately end up with the right amount of fitness, the ideal weight range, and your healthiest body shaping while maintaining healthy bones, joints, skin, muscles, breasts, waist, energy, and...

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