Holly’s interview is now posted on VoiceAmerica. You can also listen to the interview in the player below. Just click on episodes and all of the archived recordings of Holy Hormones Honey! will appear. Holly Grigg-Spall Are Women on the Pill Still Female Holy Hormones Honey! December 5 VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel Noon ET; Continue Reading …
Holy Hormones Journal: This is the statement you all need to read and remember: “One by one, the specialists admitted that they suspected vaccine injury, although it was always off the record. I asked, “Where do we go from here?” and the answer was horrifying. The doctors did not know. I could barely breathe.” Tracie’s Continue Reading …
Most women are not aware that the birth control pill depletes nutrients. And if a woman is nutritionally depleted or hormone imbalanced to begin with – she will experience anxiety, and other side effects while on the pill.
BCP’s in the news again. A large Danish registry study found that the risks of thrombotic stroke or myocardial infarction (MI) roughly doubled in women taking oral contraceptives.
Arizona has taken up yet another draconian law for women’s health – this time replicating but broadening the federal push to let employers deny women access to birth control. The bill stipulates that, unless a woman brings in a note proving she is not using it to avoid getting pregnant, an employer can deny birth control to any woman in the workplace.
Join Leslie Carol Botha on Monday, March 19 on KRFC FM when she interviews T.S. Wiley, on her book, ‘Sex Lies and Menopause” and her work and research on Rhythmic Cyclic BHRT and the Wiley Protocol using natural cyclic hormones for menopause. Wiley has made numerous national radio and television appearances and since 2000 continues to present and lecture on Multi-Phasic, Rhythmic Cyclic BHRT and Hibernation and Metabolic States. Wiley’s Seminar’s on the Natural History of Endocrinology are attended by physicians from all over the world and they are awarded CME credits for her work.
The image of a table of men—primarily from religious organizations— comprising a hearing devoted to birth control, became a snapshot emblematic of problems to follow. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) asked the obvious question when she inquired incredulously, “Where are the women?”
Attempts by Sandra Fluke, a college student that had hoped to speak about the wide role of birth control medicine in women’s health, had been rebuffed with the statement that she wasn’t “qualified to testify.” She has since been publicly vilified by Rush Limbaugh.