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)

The Detox That Saved Me

After my father passed I found myself wanting foods that I don’t usually eat and in large quantities, like a tub of chocolate mousse. Yes a tub. I knew something was going to need to shift to not allow the emotions that I was having cloud what I know as a health professional and what […]

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This Goes Out To My Women’s March Crew!

Hope you enjoy this special edition honoring the Women’s March and seeing me be a bit less formal! 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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A Tale of Two Condoms

Since our yonis went back to school, why not revisit a classic book that I think many of us at least in the US had to read, A Tale of Two Cities, but for our purposes, A Tale of Two Condoms. Yes, that’s right, yours truly made the sacrifice of trying out two newer condom […]

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Guidance Counselor: A Good Gynecologist

Now that we’ve got our schedule, it never hurts to have a check in with your guidance counselor. For the purpose’s of Back To School for Your Yoni, that would be your gynecologist. Annual check ups to your gynecologist is essential for yoni health. This includes getting any questions answered that you may have, and […]

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