If you're part of a college or university administration, it's likely you can name several resources already available to students, faculty, and staff for increased wellness—such as a health center or a fitness facility. But as the needs of today's students evolve, what once was considered good enough may now only be seen as the bare minimum.
In recognition of World Breastfeeding Week, August 1st—7th, we want to expand breastfeeding education by sharing resources and insights from our medical leadership team around best practices for individuals that choose to breastfeed after giving birth. Continue reading to get answers to the most common breastfeeding questions.
It's common for some parents to have that "bracing yourself" moment while watching their teen play sports, especially one that involves contact like football, soccer, or lacrosse. That's because a few moments of particularly heated play and bam, there could be a potential injury on the field. The biggest concern: Is that adolescent going to have a concussion that will affect them for weeks, or even months? For parents looking to ease that worry and uncertainty, here are three facts about concussions, along with some good news that might lighten some parental anxiety.
The biggest advantage of maternity and paternity leave is the most obvious: Spending ample time with a newborn, or in the case of adoption, helping a child settle into a new home. While that block of time is crucial for creating strong family bonds, it's far from the only benefit when it comes to maternity and paternity leave. Continue reading for some less-expected perks, especially for employers.
The Supreme Court issued its ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization on June 24, 2022, that overruled Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion after almost 50 years in a 6-to-3 ruling. Each state can now decide if abortion should be allowed and under what situations.