I love it when Luvvie Ajayi says The Interwebs.
While she is not the only person to ever use the term, I think that I have only ever heard HER say it. I also like the term because in my soon-to-be 37 years on this earth (#birthdaymonth), I have seen the norm go from the Dewey Decimal System in the library, literally doing research for school in “the stacks”, to the world wide web, to the plain ‘ole internet.
Anywho, in the past year, I have had the great fortune to grace many internet publications because of my medical knowledge and somewhat unorthodox delivery. Here is a compilation of some of the health messages I have been able to deliver on various platforms. Enjoy!
1. Essence with Dr. Wendy
Number’s 31 to 35 of this post from the May 2018 issue of Essence came from your favorite OBGYN, your’s truly. The post was entitled:
2. SELF with Dr. Every Woman
Just one of many of my quotes from this super fun an informative article entitled
Beyond that, oak galls haven’t been shown to have any antimicrobial or anti-inflammatory properties, but if they do, using them is like “bringing Clorox to the rainforest,” Wendy Goodall McDonald, M.D., an ob/gyn and faculty member at Prentice Women’s Hospital, tells SELF.
3. Parents with Dr. Wendy
Not every late period means pregnancy. I was happy to contribute to this article in Parents about:
4. Romper with Dr. Every Woman
Never leaving out the pregnant or soon-to-be pregnant ladies, I was happy to weigh in on this Romper post about exercise in pregnancy, entitled: