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)

Happy Spring!

Making health choices that are in alignment with the energies of the current season is one of the most important things one can do for preventive care. Enjoy some simple tips that are particularly important during the Spring from a Traditional Asian Medicine standpoint. Take good care and love being a woman, Dr. Danett

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“Sleeping With The Enemy” Part 3 of 5: Night Night Undies!

Hi! Please enjoy Part 3 as I discuss letting your yoni breathe for better health. Love being a woman, Dr. Danett

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Painful Cycles

It can be quite natural to feel the inner workings of your reproductive system during menstruation, or as the body prepares to menstruate. But, when it is not just feeling the inner workings, but there is pain, that is not fun. While many women regularly experience painful cramping around and or during their menses, does […]

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Too much? Too little? What light or heavy menstrual cycles can mean

Very rarely does someone complain about having a light cycle. Less muss, less fuss.  If however, your period has recently become more light than it usually is, your body may be trying to tell you something. From an Asian Medicine perspective, it could indicate that the energy of your blood needs to be strengthened. It […]

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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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