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Pressure to Abort Not Uncommon

Women considering abortion often feel pressured to do so. Such stresses may be circumstantial, relating to the woman’s life situation, or they may be personal, affected by her relationships. Perhaps she is a college student, or soon will be, and she believes she has to choose between school and being pregnant. Maybe her partner or … Continued


Future Fingernail Polish Could Save You From Date Rape

Summer — a wonderful time of year when the weather warms and we get outside and enjoy visits to the lake, picnics in the park, hikes on the mountain, and family/friends’ barbeques. However, such outings and experiences can come with hazards. There is no shortage of tips about how to stay safe in the summer, from … Continued


Reversing a Medical Abortion

During the past few years, some heated discussions have taken place regarding Abortion Pill Reversal, or reversing a medical/chemical abortion. Some say it’s not possible, while others say it is and provide proof. How Does a Medical Abortion Work? If a woman is less than 10 weeks along and wants to end her pregnancy, she … Continued


Effective Communication for Healthy Relationships

You cannot truly listen to anyone and do anything else at the same time. – M. Scott Peck June is Effective Communications Month. Although often applied to business situations, effective communication is also necessary for healthy relationships of all types: within families, among friends, and between couples. How can a person be an effective communicator and maintain strong, … Continued


5 Summer Safety Tips

Memorial Day weekend is nearly here – the kickoff to summer! With Casper area temperatures expected to climb to the mid-to-upper 80s, many people will spend hours outdoors, at the city parks, along the river, at Alcova Lake, on Casper Mountain, camping, hiking, picnicking … enjoying fun in the sun! Getting outdoors is good for … Continued


Changed by Motherhood

From Our Nurse Manager As I perused my calendar looking ahead over the next few weeks, I saw it…  Mother’s Day. So many thoughts and feelings went through my mind.  My mom passed away in 2002 while I was pregnant with my daughter. I’m sad she never got to meet my little girl. I think … Continued


Volunteers Support True Care … and Our Patients

Do you volunteer or have you ever thought about volunteering for a worthy cause? Volunteers give their time to support organizations they care about. They build houses for Habitat for Humanity, rescue and foster pets for animal shelters and pet rescue groups, and cook for and/or feed the hungry for rescue missions. All of this … Continued


Women Helping Women

Are women their sisters’ keeper? Many would say yes. Women are relational – their instinct is to be compassionate and caring. If your best friend or sister is experiencing a crisis, like a health concern or a work issue, you are there for her, listening, helping, encouraging. And, if you’re the woman having a problem, … Continued


You Might be a Phubber!

Are you a phubber? Not sure? Well, you may be a phubber if you do any of the following: -scroll through your phone rather than talk to the person next to you. -check your email during a lull in the conversation, -frequently glance at your phone when someone is trying to tell you something, -hold your phone … Continued


Money Management Tips for Women

Lack of income and finances are some reasons many women consider abortion when facing an unplanned pregnancy. This is true whether the woman is married or not. April is Financial Literacy Month. However, no matter the day, the week, the month, or the year, most of us can use tips for managing our finances. Money Management … Continued


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