Telemedicine is defined as “the use of electronic information and communications technologies to provide and support health care when distance separates the participants.” (National Academy of Sciences, 1996)

New Yoni’s Resolution #2: Cycle Tracking

Maybe tracking your cycle has not made it to your resolutions list, but it’s a good one to consider. Tracking your cycle provides all sorts of vital and valuable information about your health, particularly from a preventive medicine and Asian Medical standpoint. Click here for a refresher to make sure you are counting your days […]

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How Long Will Aunt Flo Stay? What The Duration Of Our Menses Tells Us.

How long you bleed is an important indicator of your yoni and overall health. The average number of days of menstruation is approximately five days. Bleeding for more than five days is problematic, as you are leaking a vital substance. Even if the bleeding is on the lighter side, it going for more than five […]

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What kind of cycler are you?

If we look closely, our menstrual cycles can tell us so much about our health. In Asian Medicine, the subtleties of our cycles as women are clues to key information about the overall state of our health. Now you get to get a sneak peak in to some of what your cycle may be telling […]

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Our Menstrual Cycles: Seeing Red… The Right Way ; )

“Aunt Flo”… “That time of the month”… whatever you call it, or don’t call it for that matter, hugely affects our lives as women on a daily basis. (CLICK TO TWEET!!) That is because our menses is a part of our beautiful continuous cycle as women. Being aware of what we experience at different times […]

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The Right Relationship: You & Your Yoni (Pt. 1 of 2)

Who knows where it started from? Perhaps it was an uncomfortable look on my father’s face, or the term “women’s problem” spoken in a hushed tone, that left so much mystery. It could’ve been smuggling my pads into the bathroom in junior high school, or just knowing that “down there” was bad. Whatever it was, […]

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