Haley is a 30-year-old kayaker from Calgary, Alberta, who is headed to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as one of the first-ever women who will compete in Olympic canoe slalom. She spoke candidly to Ovry about her experiences with her period, how her cycle affects her training, and what it’s like to be a woman in the sport (and in general!).Team Ovry | Thu, Jul 22, 21
While we have made great strides for women's health in Canada, there's still a lot of work to be done. The pandemic has added pressures to the lives of women and mother's especially.
There are many reasons why some people decide to have or not to have children. Although it’s a personal decision, it seems like the inevitable question (“Are you going to have kids?”) comes up in every conversation, especially around Mother’s Day. The thing is, there is no right answer.
For more than 3,000 years, humans have been coming up with ways to detect pregnancy. Now, there are dozens of options available - enter, the strip test.
Since the first at-home pregnancy test was patented in 1969, there have been major improvements when it comes to accuracy and convenience.