Does Modius Work? The Modius Review Part III by The Twinkle Diaries – Parenting Twins Article

So, in the third part of my Modius review, I answer the question that I’ve been asked — countless times — since I started testing it.  Does Modius work? Since I began trialling the Modius device back in March, and wrote my initial thoughts, I’ve had lots of people asking how I’m feeling? Have I lost weight? Is it worth the money? Does Modius work? And I’ve been quite cagey about my answers. Making a sweeping statement about anything —…

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Dads Get Postnatal Depression Too – Parents Article

Dads Get Postnatal Depression Too We know that 1 in 5 Moms can have feelings of sadness or depression after the birth of their baby, and that two thirds of Moms feel emotionally fragile or numb within the first 10 days after giving birth. But Moms aren’t the only ones who can experience a shift in their mental health after the birth of a child. National Institutes of Health research suggests that anywhere between 4 and 25 percent of Dads experience depression…

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Dads Get Postnatal Depression Too – Parents Article

Dads Get Postnatal Depression Too We know that 1 in 5 Moms can have feelings of sadness or depression after the birth of their baby, and that two thirds of Moms feel emotionally fragile or numb within the first 10 days after giving birth. But Moms aren’t the only ones who can experience a shift in their mental health after the birth of a child. National Institutes of Health research suggests that anywhere between 4 and 25 percent of Dads experience depression…

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5 Ways To Persevere Through The Difficult Moments Of Life – A TB12 Protein Supplement Review – Single Dad, Parents Article

When it comes to weight-loss and fitness, I fall into the all or nothing category.  If I don’t give it 100 percent, I will quit somewhere along the way.  Doesn’t mean each week I will be perfect.  And it doesn’t mean I won’t have a day or two I won’t exercise both night and morning.  But it does mean I cannot do half measures about anything.  I needed to give up desserts.  (Except for any holidays when not trying desserts…

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Gut Connection by Country Life Review – Single Mum, Parents Article

0 Flares Reddit 0 StumbleUpon 0 Buffer 0 Filament.io 0 Flares × Hey mamas! I’m coming at ya with another product review! I am very excited to be working with Moms Meet on this review and to have discovered this brand! Gut health is very important and I am…

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Drifting Apart: How Bad Things Happen Even When it Feels Like Nothing Happened – Single Dad, Parents Article

Did you almost cry but pretend like you weren’t because crying over a volleyball feels REALLY stupid when you watched our boy Tom lose his only friend in the movie “Cast Away”? Whatever. That’s what I did. (Image/newsmov.biz) I almost wrote something outrageous about how Galileo Galilei’s and Isaac Newton’s first law of motion was effing up relationships. The first law of motion—also called the “law of inertia”—states that a body or object at rest remains at rest, and that…

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TB12 Helps You Find Your It Factor: Week 3 – Single Dad, Parents Article

Hi, and welcome to another week on the TB-12 plant-based protein,  measuring the energy levels as well and monitoring weight loss and fitness in general.  It’s been a heck of a ride for these past few weeks and I am grateful TB-12 assisted in my journey back to fitness.  It’s really easy to stall out when you don’t have some external pressure promoting improved performance.  For each person, this tends to be a different thing.  But every person has to…

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Check Your Bone Density With A DEXA Scan – Parents Article

3 June, 2019 One of the major health risks associated with getting older, particularly for peri-menopausal, or menopausal women is osteoporosis.  As our oestrogen levels reduce, our bones can become weaker and more brittle, placing us at a higher risk of fractures and broken bones.  It’s not an appealing prospect. Whilst a lot can be done to help prevent this condition by HRT and a sound nutritional approach, it is still good to know how healthy our bones are. Having…

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What are Uterine Fibroids? – Parenting & Lifestyle! – Parents Article

“Women’s health needs to be front and center – It often isn’t but it needs to be” ~Cynthia Nixon Let’s talk about Women health today, as very rarely do we all speak about it. Our health is our Capital and we need to be aware of our precious health. This post will be very specific about Uterine Fibroids in women. Recently, I attended a Cloudnine Hospitals FB live session, taken by renowned Obstetrician and Gynecologist Dr. Sriprada Vinekar. Having the…

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Parenting with Multiple Sclerosis – Dad and Buried – Parents Article

*My wife, aka Mom and Buried, originally wrote this piece for Today.com* Some moments are seared onto your mind. For me, one of those was an otherwise normal day as a new mom to a beautiful four-month old little boy: the day that I got a call from my neurologist diagnosing me with multiple sclerosis. When the call came, though I was already exhausted and stretched too thin as a new mom, I felt a wave of relief. Finally, I…

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