Author Archives: Health

What Factors Promote Recovery in Postpartum Women with Opioid Use Disorder?

While many women with substance use disorders can achieve abstinence during pregnancy, the postpartum period is a time of increased vulnerability to relapse.  The first year postpartum is a particularly vulnerable time for women with opioid use disorder (OUD).  Relapse is common, and studies have noted increased rates of both fatal and non-fatal overdoses during… Read More »

U.K.’s Favorite Non-Invasive Brazilian Booty Lift Empowers Women In Time for Summer

Much like fashion trends are in large dictated by pop culture, “body” trends tend to follow a similar pattern. From the popularity of bodacious curves to a shift towards 90s-model-thin frames, and from Baywatch-inspired breasts to Kardashian-Esque derrieres, “the look” du jour is forever evolving. While body-positive campaigns aim for inclusivity and self-love—which is a… Read More »

Health Care Needs A Hero

By MIKE MAGEE Health care needs its heroes. I came to that conclusion this week through a roundabout route. First I read Maureen Dowd’s interview entitled “Dara Khosrowshahi, Dad of Silicon Valley”, in which she, with some affection, gives the reader a look behind the scenes at the personal life of the current Uber CEO.… Read More »