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Adapting to Change: An Interview on Joining the Peace Corps

By Abigail Harris | Feb 20, 2018

Adapting to Change: An Interview on Joining the Peace Corps Change is a significant part of life. Sometimes it’s involuntarily, and other times we initiate it. Regardless, it takes courage to adapt to new circumstances. I found out a couple of months ago my friend, Bonnie, had joined the Peace Corps. Yes- I was extremely…

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Sitting Down With Suzie: What it’s like to be a female founder.

By Suzie Welsh | Feb 19, 2018

  An interview with our Founder, Suzie Welsh, and written by English Taylor. English is a freelance writer and contributing author to the BINTO Blog.   Beyond the About page on BINTO’s website, you may be curious to learn more about the heart and soul behind the brand. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to…

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Natural Remedies to Prevent BV: Avoid it Before it Happens

By Abigail Harris | Feb 13, 2018

Natural Remedies to Prevent BV: Avoid it Before it Happens  What is BV? Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) occurs when there is too much of a particular bacteria in the vagina. If more bad bacteria than good bacteria is present, it upsets the balance and results in a series of uncomfortable symptoms (1). Itching, irritation, burning during…

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Vaginal Yeast Infections: Risks, Prevention Techniques, and Treatments

By Abigail Harris | Feb 9, 2018

Vaginal Yeast Infections: Risks, Prevention Techniques, and Treatments Extreme itchiness, burning, swelling. Sound familiar? Yeast infections (also referred to as vaginal candidiasis) are a massive nuisance for women everywhere- and they’re super common. 3 out of 4 women will get a yeast infection at some point in life, and around 50% of women will have 2+…

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This too Shall Pass, but Should we let it?

By Suzie Welsh | Feb 8, 2018

I’ve just come home from visiting a close girlfriend and her newborn baby. It’s the first week of February. The air is cool, the days are grey, and the sun sets around 5 pm. This is enough to make anyone feel depressed and sad, especially a young post-partum mom under extenuating circumstances. The U.S. has…

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Hormone Testing and PCOS: Everything You Need to Know

By Abigail Harris | Feb 7, 2018

Hormone Testing and PCOS: Everything You Need to Know In this blog, hormones are the topic of conversation. PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) is generally a result of the imbalance of hormones. The ovaries produce an excess of male hormones called androgens, and a variety of symptoms occur as a result. We’d like to explain why…

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How to Prevent a UTI: Our Tips for Urinary Health

By Abigail Harris | Feb 7, 2018

How to Prevent a UTI Anyone who has had a UTI knows how miserable it can be, and you’re not alone. The American Urological Association and NIH predict that every woman has a 50% chance of developing at least one UTI in her lifetime (1). What is a UTI? UTI stands for Urinary Tract Infection.…

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Treating Endometriosis: Managing Your Symptoms

By Abigail Harris | Feb 6, 2018

Treating Endometriosis: Managing Your Symptoms As we mentioned in a past blog post, endometriosis is all too common. We want to provide some more detailed info on how to manage your symptoms because your quality of life matters to us. (Remember to consult your doctor first when choosing the best treatment for you). Treatments Hormonal: Estrogen…

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IBS Treatments: Probiotics vs. Digestive Enzymes

By Abigail Harris | Feb 2, 2018

  IBS Treatments : Probiotics vs. Digestive Enzymes Today we’re talking gut health, specifically, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). This digestive disease is characterized by repeated abdominal pain along with changes in bowel movements (constipation, diarrhea, or a combination of the two). What makes IBS unique is that there aren’t any visible signs of disease or…

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Asherman’s Syndrome: What You Should Know

By Abigail Harris | Feb 1, 2018

Asherman’s Syndrome: An Overview What is it? According to the International Asherman’s Association, Asherman’s Syndrome, also known as intrauterine adhesions or synechiae, is characterized by the formation of scar tissue in the uterus and/or cervix. These adhesions are rarely vascular, and each case can range from mild to severe depending on the amount of scar…

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