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Nikolina Miljus (BSc) Psychologist
Nikolina is a Psychologist (BSc) and a school counselor. She focuses on writing about depression, anxiety and other mental health topics in an easy-to-understand and fact-based manner. Nikolina's writing about mental health matters relies on acceptance and mindfulness-based psychotherapy approaches.
Yeniset Santana Pharmacist
Yeniset is a mother and a pharmacist. She graduated in Cuba in 2001, and licensed in BC, Canada in 2009. Her patients have a key role in deciding which treatment to follow. She has worked as a drug information specialist and retail pharmacist. Helping other mothers or mothers-to-be is her passion. She works toward building a world where everyone is valued equally. And where family is the center and most important piece of society. Yeniset believes patient’s knowledge is patient’s empowering.
Kristy June G. Dinampo BScB, MD
Kristy is a graduate of BSc in Biology in The University of the Philippines Mindanao and a General Medical Practitioner, graduated in the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA – JONELTA Foundation School of Medicine. She has been a research consultant and a medical writer. She keeps herself busy with her hospital work, research and family.
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Medically reviewed by Dr Kristy June Dinampo. During pregnancy your body goes through all manner of changes. It is growing a new human being after all.
When you become pregnant there are many things about your body which will change and there’s little option but to make peace with this fact.
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