How will we synthesize what we've learned to rebuild a healthier, stronger, science-informed future for all - mbg
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... We’ve gotten pretty good at quickly adapting to what wellness looks like amid an ever-changing health landscape, and that's not nothing. In between exercising more at home and keeping up with talk therapy, we embraced sex positivity, said no more often and let go of mom guilt. We checked in on our kids' mental health and worked at our own. We reprioritized what’s most important.
And as the calendar flips to the new year, we’re looking forward to taking personal health to the next level, starting with what’s on our plates and in our homes, but also with normalizing all lived experiences (hello, menopause and fertility struggles). We're setting our intentions to make this year…
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How will we synthesize what we've learned to rebuild a healthier, stronger, science-informed future for all?
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