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Faces of Cincinnati: Personal Trainer Kelly Burchett

Meet Kelly Burchett, a 33-year-old mama of two adorable boys. Working full time, she also sidelines as a personal trainer at Evolution Fitness. Follow her on Instagram @KellyAnnBFit. Kelly is open to answer any fitness questions you have! How did you know you wanted to be involved with fitness? I didn’t get into fitness until college […]

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Ask a Doula! (1)

Ask the Doula! {Guest Starring Doulas of Cincinnati}

This post is part of a sponsored relationship, however, we would not partner with a business we did not feel brought value to our readers.Support for families through pregnancy, birth, and postpartum has been around for pretty much forever. Modern Doulas are quite a bit different than what you may have loosely learned in history […]

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Beyond the Mammogram... Know When You Need Additional Testing (1)

Empower Yourself

This post is part of a sponsored relationship with the Cris Collinsworth Proscan Fund. We are appreciative of their partnership in bringing this valuable information about women’s health to our community.Mammograms save lives but can miss your breast cancer. Learn more about what tests may be best for you. The American Cancer Society estimates that […]

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Faces of Cincinnati

Faces of Cincinnati: Local Flying Pig Champ, Amy Robillard

Meet Amy Robillard. Our local runner has been featured in numerous articles over the past years detailing not just her achievements as a runner but also the marathon journey and her family. Some of her many accomplishments include two Flying Pig wins, numerous top 10 finishes, and Olympic Trial qualifications all while balancing cross country coaching, […]

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PICKYEATERS

Picky Eaters

There are several different terminologies used to describe children with feeding difficulties. Some of the most commonly used terms are; selective eater, problem feeder, neophobic (afraid of new foods), food aversive, failure to thrive and of course “picky eaters.” The first thing to understand as a parent is to know it is NOT your fault […]

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