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It's About Women's Health At All Ages

In this episode, I have the pleasure of talking about women's health with our future. My director Amy Scott, and my daughter Keira Johannson, help us understand how women’s health conversations are changing with younger generations. We discuss the importance of community in making women feel less alone, and Amy and Keira share their advice for young women who want to have more informed health conversations with the women in their lives.

Listen in and learn…

  • How the negative language and dialogue around menopause leaves an impression on all women–especially younger women

  • How my own experience with perimenopause affected the way I interacted with my family and made me realize I needed to take action & prioritize my health

  • How Amy views her IUD (intrauterine device) as an investment in her quality of life and why she thinks it’s one of the best health decisions she’s made

  • How the financial responsibility of contraception and birth control is inequitable for women

  • How a business case led the province of British Columbia to make contraceptive options free for those women who want or need

  • Amy and Keira’s tips for using critical thinking as you read health information online

  • How Keira’s PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) diagnosis led her to find a community on social media and how she guards against misinformation online

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BIG thanks to the following for sharing my passion for women’s health:


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