women's health

When I joined the EOHC team I was incredibly excited that the focus group of clients was in their reproductive years. Everything about getting pregnant, being pregnant and watching families grow is exciting for me. For two years now, as I have worked with new moms and babes, I have seen true benefit from the use of traditional eastern postpartum care. The challenge is finding practical ways to use this care without adding stress to the already hectic schedule of a new mom.



We've just ordered two excellent books for our lending library and wanted to share them with you!


ABC news aired a segment this week about new research on menopause.  The study shows that acupuncture may help to curb the severity of hot flashes that are associated with menopause.


Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common disorders in women of reproductive age.

Symptoms can include obesity, acne, male-pattern hair growth on the body, and male-pattern hairloss on the head. And yet, despite its common occurrence, how it begins is still somewhat poorly understood. With more and more research being performed, it has become clear that PCOS can no longer be viewed as a solely gynaecological disorder, but rather a metabolic one.


 A lecture with Dr.Christiane Northrup in Vancouver

Wednesday, November 3, 2010 from 7:30-10:00pm

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