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5 Things No One Tells You When Diagnosed With HPV

Being diagnosed with Human Papillomavirus (HPV) can be an emotionally and physically challenging experience. That’s why we prioritize educating and empowering our customers on their diagnosis, so that no one is left in the dark. Here are five things to keep in mind if you find yourself facing an HPV diagnosis: 1. You Are Not …

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Screening for HPV at home?

In a groundbreaking move towards enhancing women’s health and preventing cervical cancer rates from the continuing incline, new guidelines outlined in the Journal of the American medical association (JAMA), suggest that direct-mail self-sampling kits for HPV, increased cervical cancer screening by 14% in those who were past due for their pap smears.  A study in …

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Building a Robust Immune System this Winter

Well, just like that it’s 2024. I love new years because it signifies the end of one chapter and the beginning of another. Though i’ve never been one for making specific resolutions (ie. lose 10 pounds or eat healthier), I do love the idea of a fresh start. A clean slate. A time to focus …

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7 Hacks to Building a Robust Immune System this Winter

For many of us, Winter is a season of bright lights , cozy blankets, hot chocolate, and preparing for holidays. If you’re from an area with lots of snow, you may love the ski season, the pretty white mountain tops, and other fun, winter festivities. Unfortunately, it’s not all jolly. Winter brings with it an …

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HPV: Debunking Myths and Misconceptions

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a widespread infection, affecting more than 80% of sexually active individuals, both male and female. Despite its widespread prevalence, a stigma surrounds this topic, giving rise to numerous myths and misconceptions.These myths not only contribute to misunderstandings but can also hinder our efforts to manage HPV-related health issues. Many people with …

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Abnormal Pap? Here’s What To Do Next

In 2022, an estimated 14,100 women in the United States have been/will be diagnosed with cervical cancer, caused by HPV. In 2020, over 600,000 women were diagnosed across the globe. While the HPV vaccine has drastically reduced cervical cancer rates as a direct result of preventing high-risk HPV, there are still approximately 4300 deaths per …

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Getting To The Root Cause of Persistent HPV

We know that Human Papillomavirus (HPV) causes 98% of cervical cancers. HPV is also linked to other various cancers such as anal, vulvar and oropharyngeal. With that being said, not everyone who contracts HPV will develop such complications. Most cases of HPV will spontaneously regress on their own within 2-3 years. In the small few …

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The Role of Nutrition in Cervical Dysplasia

Cervical dysplasia, characterized by abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix, is a condition that can potentially progress to cervical cancer if left untreated. Medical interventions such as colposcopy and even the “watch and wait” method, are common when diagnosed with dysplasia of the cervix, but there’s an additional step we can take to …

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