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    by Ngozi Osuagwu, MD | December 30th, 2018


    Last year about this time I asked the question,

    When December 31, 2018 rolls around, how would you define success for the year?

    Well it is here and what was top on my list was the hope that there would be sisters and some brothers still interested in reading my blog. I am extremely grateful to know that you care. You care to be educated and want to make a difference in the lives of others by sharing the information. Thank You.

    I reviewed the most read blogs over the past six months:

    HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SUMMIT – Summarized what was discussed at the Multiple Sclerosis Association of American sponsored Women and MS: A Health & Wellness Education Summit Series. The topics included Family Planning, Sexual Dysfunction and Menopause.

    SEPTEMBER IS HEALTHY AGING MONTH – It is never too late to take care of ourselves. This blog provides suggestion on how to re-invent ourselves regardless of our age.

    AGE IS NOT A CONDOM – Reminds us that condoms are not just used to prevent pregnancy but can also protect against sexually transmitted diseases. If you are having sex, you are at risk of getting a sexually transmitted disease regardless of your age.

    A CALL TO ACTION – There are many benefits to breastfeeding that can help reduce health disparity, however there are women who are faced with barriers. We can all play a role in making sure that all women who want to breastfeed are able to breastfeed.

    R-E-S-P-E-C-T – WHAT DOES I MEAN TO YOU? – A tribute to Aretha Franklin.

    Who are my sisters? You are, regardless of what makes us different.

    I wish you a New Year filled with peace, love, happiness, joy and good health.

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