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Bumping uglies, knocking boots, doing the deed—we know all the sex euphemisms, but let's dive deeper. Is sex really getting you off?

You may have noticed different aspects of your health changing during the pandemic—and you're not alone! Dr. Diana Bitner, MD, Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder, true. Women's Health, recently spoke with West Michigan Woman and discussed overall health and weight gain during the pandemic and how there's more to it than what meets the eye.

Among the many things the coronavirus has brought us, has been change, adjustment, and the buzzword of the year, "pivoting." It is unlikely that a single individual has been untouched or unaffected by the global pandemic. Businesses, families, and organizations alike have had to figure out how to navigate and adjust to a socially distanced and virtual world, special needs providers included.

Let me tell you: Writing and reading about self-care are often a lot easier than actually practicing it. And I bet you'd be hard-pressed to find a woman who doesn't recognize the value of self-care in some form. That doesn't, however, mean we're all actively implementing and recognizing it in our daily lives—though it's clear we should be!

Meal Prep is a popular concept within health and fitness. It's wonderful for those who thrive on structure and exact planning—yet for many, meal prepping can feel a bit overwhelming.

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