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Jillian Bridgette Cohen is a force to be reckoned with.
Throughout her 15 year career she has built her stellar reputation as an expert in the health and wellness space, in particular, everything you need to know about weight loss, bariatric surgery, endosurgery, gastroenterology, and related specialties. Her rolodex reads like a Who’s Who in those specialties worldwide.
So, in May 2015, Jillian parlayed her experience running successful divisions of medical device brands into a unique startup venture Virtual Health Partners, Inc. Her ultimate goal was to create an ecosphere of wellness support that clients could reach out to from anywhere at anytime. VHP was born out of her pass
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“Feminine wellness” is more than a buzzword these days, and this surge of intimate awareness is driving the introduction of many new products and treatments that are intended to help women optimize their most personal body part. But feminine wellness isn’t justabout enhancing pleasure. This burgeoning area of self-care also strives to improve the side effects associated with experiences that are wholly unique to women, namely pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and menopause.
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Every woman’s body is different, but we all have one thing in common: Estrogen. “Changes in estrogen levels due to childbirth, breastfeeding and menopause can lead to vaginal dryness
Ever since Viagra and other erectile dysfunction drugs came on the scene, women have been clamoring for something they can call their own, and it seems that day has arrived. Now that some of the stigma surrounding these very private and personal female conditions has been lifted, people are talking openly about women’s sexual health like never before. Today women have a plethora of options to choose from.
You may have heard kitschy buzzwords like ‘vontoruing’ or ‘below-the-belt contouring’ thrown around recently, but whatever you want to call it, non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is certainly here to stay. There are a wealth of energy-based devices out there t
Canadian model and actress Dayle Haddon has almost never been a stranger to celebrity. Named Miss Montreal at the age of 18, Haddon went on to become a Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model and was twice named as one of Harper’s Bazaar’s “Ten Most Beautiful Women.”
With these covetable accolades so early in her career, it would have been easy to dismiss her future as quite rosy and petaled, but it wasn’t always a red carpet. In those days, a model’s career was done in her 30s, so when Haddon needed to get back to work at the age of 38, she was told she was “over the hill.” But it takes pioneers to bend rules, and Haddon wasn’t going to take all this “it’s over” business lying down.