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The Knowhen® blog will cover everything from fertility related issues to simply having a full and healthy life (for women). Knowing your own body and knowing when you are ready for life changes is what we strive to educate and promote. If women can better understand themselves and what they need instead of being influenced by outside factors they can live a much richer and more fulfilling life.


a blog by Helen Denise, CEO, Knowhen®, May 28, 2013

A new era for women is kicking in full swing throughout vast regions of the globe. Many have set down their laundry baskets and picked up laptops, traded in their mini van for a small coupe, left the house for a corporate office, and delayed raising children for extensive world travel. In short, women can live like – well – like men, who have been afforded the option for such a lifestyle for many years.

There is a growing consensus in our culture pertaining to the life of the modern woman. It can be extremely rewarding to experience those extra years in life wherein the focus is on your health, both physically and spiritually. Research suggests that growing your individual identity as a woman prior to shaping the lives of your precious offspring typically comes with many rich benefits for the entire family.

a blog by Helen Denise, CEO, Knowhen®, May 14, 2013

For some couples, conceiving a baby is as easy A-B-C, and as simple as 1-2-3. All Jackson 5 rhetoric aside, it is true that the vast majority of all couples trying to conceive will achieve success naturally. By naturally, we mean without the help of a fertility specialist. However, a staggering 10 percent of women trying to become pregnant will eventually be diagnosed with infertility. Doesn’t sound like much? When you consider that there are approximately 4 million births annually in the United States alone, 10 percent suddenly affects the lives of a lot of women.

a blog by Helen Denise, CEO, Knowhen®, May 1, 2013

Since the 1960’s a lot has changed in the United States. In particular a lot has changed for women: how they are expected to act, how they are treated, what kinds of careers are available to them, what their duties are at home, the list goes on and on.

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