Those who know me would say I’ve always had “issues with authority.” Fiercely motivated by my insistence on being a know-it-all, I have an incredible hunger for information. This brought me to the most real-life application of information there is: health and medicine. I spent the better part of a decade working to master the
There are few things more demoralizing than failing to feed your newborn despite your best efforts to breastfeed. In my practice and among friends, I have found myself asking repeatedly, “What is going on here? What’s with the supply drama?” Statistically, a full 50% of women are not able to meet their breastfeeding goals. There
How eating the wrong fats can promote brain and body dysfunction and what fats are best for mental health.
When I was in medical school, I had my first abnormal Pap, and it was quite abnormal, a precancerous lesion described as CIN2 (now revealed to be one of the most inaccurately diagnosed pathologies). I had two very unpleasant “therapeutic biopsies” called colposcopies, and two years later, it was normal. That was that. But I remember hearing about the
How sugar imbalance can look like anxiety and what to do about it.