In many ways, Rooman Ahad typifies a working mother with two young children. She gets the kids dressed for school, makes breakfast, packs their lunches and then drives her little ones to preschool or grade school before heading off to work.
The summer season often gets us back in touch with our bodies. We see it more because warmer weather means fewer clothes. We feel it more because we tend to be more active
Dr. Jennifer Baynosa often heard as a child that one day she would find a nice man, fall in love, get married and have a family.
“When are you going to have kids of your own?” My husband and I receive this often as a substitute for “Hello” from friends and family.
The fairy tale starts out like this: we are attracted, we meet, we date, we fall in love, and we start making a life together. Then, the reality hits: we set goals, we work hard, we have kids, we have no time to remember to connect emotionally and sexually with our beloved partner.
While steeped in the dopamine ether of new love, it can be easy to get swept up by the intensity of chemistry and connection. New love is wildly exhilarating.
An estimated 60,000 individuals are diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) each year. That equates to one person every nine minutes.
The Bringing Happy Back Experience is bringing a long-time vision to fruition for founder Tonya Farrens, marrying her dedication to being a vessel of positive support with her aspiration to produce a concert for her late father, Wayne Farrens. Sr.
Relationships always seem so great at the beginning, but, as time goes on, that perfect partner can become someone who causes such unhappiness that it has us considering whether to leave.
It is flu season, and it is a great time to take a step back and reevaluate healthcare needs within your family. Healthcare can be daunting and, oftentimes, we do not spend enough time planning for the unknown until we truly need it.