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Clinical psychologist Ruth Wittersgreen provides help for body image issues and depression related to PCOS.
Registered Dietitian Martha McKittrick discusses how to eat healthy “on the go” with PCOS
Dr. Katherine Sherif, Director of Jefferson Women’s Primary Care, discusses ways women with PCOS can prevent and manage cardiovascular disease and improve their heart health.
Dr. Maureen Kelly joins the PCOS Challenge radio show to discuss ways to improve fertility and health in women with PCOS through lifestyle changes, supplements, medications and other options.
Dina Stonberg discusses her struggles with PCOS, infertility and successful journey to parenthood through adoption.
Beth Heller, Co-founder of Pulling Down the Moon, shares her personal story about dealing with infertility.
Read the May – June issue of the PCOS Challenge magazine. In this issue: PCOS – Could It Start in the Brain and Not the Ovaries?; PCOS and Food Allergies; Washington, D.C. and Georgia Advocacy Days; Board Announcements and more.