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If you’re reading this because you experience period pain and want to know more about what is going on with your body…you are not alone!
If you think your period pain is problematic, it’s time to ask your doctor about it. Where do you start?
When asked about the best way to give back to the community, Elevate Orlando teacher and mentor Chevarlyn Corley has her answer ready: “sharing knowledge and wisdom with youth so that they can make...
This Menstrual Hygiene Day, we asked our Period Pros to share their favorite period hacks.
By Davlyn Luke, Chief Period Pro at USC School of Medicine Greenville April is STI Awareness Month, and we want to highlight how Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) may (or may not) affect the...
Have you ever worried about how stress is affecting your body? Between school, family, friends, and everything else going on in our lives and the world, you might be noticing some emotional burnout these days
There is nothing like a first tampon story as an icebreaker.
It is imperative that healthcare providers address the implicit bias present in their delivery rooms, offices, clinics, and even pediatric exam rooms. The Period Education Project (P.E.P) aims to train the next generation of menstrual health experts and medical professionals with an awareness of their implicit biases and how to fight them.
Healthy. Strong. Smart. Bold. + Educated. Girls Inc. of Worcester aims to empower young girls and teens with the resources and confidence to succeed. For over 100 years, since 1916, Girls Inc....
Stigma and shame surrounding menstruation have led society to believe that periods are dirty and that conversations about menstrual health are taboo. This stigma perpetrates families, health care settings, and even school health education settings.
The Girlology Foundation partnered with GirlUp Greenville to host its first official student-led P.E.P. Rally. Lead Period Pros, Shakti Naidoo and Davlyn Luke, who helped develop the program,...
“It was one of the most beautiful moments of my entire life,” Shakti recalls.
In medicine, there are so many difficult conversations. Some are sad. Some are complicated. Some are just plain awkward, especially when they involve topics that have traditionally been stigmatized...
Dr. Lonna Gordon, Adolescent Medicine Specialist and National Director of the P.E.P. recently shared this message with Period Pros. It holds true for all current and future medical students. Many...
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