The Future Is Female: A Candid Conversation on Women’s Health
November 2021

The Future Is Female: A Candid Conversation on Women’s Health

This past October, Beth Battaglino, RN-C and CEO of HealthyWomen, sat down with a group of trailblazing women in healthcare to share their respective expertise on uncomfortable, often taboo topics, that are rarely discussed in women’s health today during the The Future Is Female virtual event.

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Shatterproof Speaker Series: Blair and Kerri Rhodes
September 2021

Shatterproof Speaker Series: Blair and Kerri Rhodes

We sat down with Kerri & Blair Rhodes to talk about non-opioid pain management options. Kerri is a mental health clinician and advocate for non-opioid options. She lost her son Taylor in 2019 due to an accidental opioid overdose.

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Overdose Awareness Day
August 2021

Overdose Awareness Day

For the millions of Americans impacted by addiction, it’s no surprise that the pandemic has worsened an already tragic issue. Isolation, unemployment, loss of treatment access and support – it’s been a difficult time for those in recovery and their loved ones.

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Summer is an Ideal Time for Wisdom Tooth Removal and Tonsillectomies
July 2021

Summer is an Ideal Time for Wisdom Tooth Removal and Tonsillectomies

With children and young adults off from school, the summer is generally a preferred time to have common surgeries like wisdom tooth removal and tonsillectomies.

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Scoliosis Awareness Month
June 2021

Scoliosis Awareness Month

Each June, the nation recognizes Scoliosis Awareness Month to highlight the growing need for education and awareness about scoliosis and related spinal conditions.

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Women’s Health Month: OB/GYN Dr. Cynthia English Shares How Non-Opioid Options Can Provide Better Recovery After Surgery
May 2021

Women’s Health Month: OB/GYN Dr. Cynthia English Shares How Non-Opioid Options Can Provide Better Recovery After Surgery

May marks Women’s Health Month, an annual observance that celebrates women and shines a light on the health issues that specifically affect this population.

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