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Cardone Reproductive Medicine & Infertility Guest Blog about Advocacy for Women’s Health

by mroth January 3, 2012

We are happy to share a great Guest Blog by Kim Murray, RN from Cardone Reproductive Medicine & Infertility in Boston, MA about how to advocate for your health – infertility. Thank you to Circle + Bloom for allowing us to be part of its Advocacy for Women’s Health series. We are honored to contribute [...]

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Three Things You Can Do Today to Advocate For Your Health

by mroth December 20, 2011

We’ve been talking about advocating women’s health for a while now. You understand how important it is and why it needs to be done, but maybe you’re wondering what exactly you can do to advocate for yourself and for women’s health in general? If you want to get serious about women’s health advocacy, here are [...]

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What Do You Have in Common with Christina Applegate and Alison Sweeney?

by mroth December 2, 2011

Being able to advocate for ourselves and our health is an topic of importance in today’s day and age. The truth is, it always has been – we just haven’t always recognized our power to do anything about our health until recently. In the past, we left the fate of our bodies and minds up [...]

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Resources are Your Friend

by mroth November 17, 2011

When it comes to facing infertility, we often feel lost – sometimes even helpless. Where do we turn for the answers we need? Our doctors, try as they might, don’t always have the answers that we are looking for or the time to explain everything clearly. Fortunately, you don’t have to rely on a physician [...]

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Davina’s Advocate for Health Contest Blog Story

by mroth November 4, 2011

Share your story for our Advocate For Your Health Contest and you might win a $250 AMEX Card, click here to learn more! Here is Davina’s story of how she advocated for her health. She co-founded Fertility Within Reach a nonprofit organization where she educates the infertility community how to advocate for access to family-building [...]

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Priscilla’s Advocate for Health Contest Blog Story

by mroth November 3, 2011

Share your story for our Advocate For Your Health Contest and you might win a $250 AMEX Card, click here to learn more! Here is Priscilla’s story of how she advocated for her health and infertility. She also writes a blog A Gluten-Free Vegan Mom Who Knows that you should take a look at. If [...]

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Heather’s Advocate for Health Contest Blog Story

by mroth November 3, 2011

Share your story for our Advocate For Your Health Contest and you might win a $250 AMEX Card, click here to learn more! Here is Heather’s story of how she advocated for her health and infertility. She also writes a blog Survive Infertility and Thrive that you should take a look at. If you like [...]

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In Celebration of Those Who Tell Us We Can’t: Fertility From Ferocious Determination

by mroth October 26, 2011

Share your story for our Advocate For Your Health Contest and you might win a $250 AMEX Card, click here to learn more! Here is Shannon’s story of how she advocated for her health and infertility. She also writes a blog InfertilityAwakening that you should take a look at. If you like her story be [...]

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Kate’s Advocacy for Health Blog Story

by mroth October 24, 2011

Share your story for our Advocate For Your Health Contest and you might win a $250 AMEX Card, click here to learn more! Here is Kate’s story of how she advocated for her health and infertility struggles. She also writes a blog Busted Plumbing that you should take a look at. If you like her [...]

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Announcing A New Blog Series on Advocacy and Share Your Story Contest

by mroth October 18, 2011

In the coming months we are gearing up to promote the advocacy of women and women’s health. We want to share with women everywhere the things that they can do to recognize their power, how they can find the best resources and how to advocate for themselves and their health – which brings us to [...]

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