FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Columbus-based health coach launches a weekly publication dedicated to infertility.
Columbus, April 29, 2021 – 1 in 8 couples are struggling with infertility and yet, there is a significant gap in the quality and reliability of information available online. Hannah Bowers, an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, recently launched Baby Dust, a weekly resource publication, as a reliable and understandable source of information for women struggling with infertility. Each week, Bowers breaks down a featured article or piece of research addressing an aspect of infertility and sends it to readers alongside additional, fully vetted resources to help them learn more.
“The amount of information online about infertility is overwhelming, but a significant portion of these resources are misleading, conflicting, or inaccurate,” shares Bowers. “In response to this, a growing number of doctors and fertility clinics have created online educational platforms, but the majority of these resources are too technical to make sense to the average woman.” Bowers’ goal is to educate women on topics surrounding infertility in a way that makes sense to readers lacking a scientific background. “Doctors are busy,” Bowers acknowledges. “They don’t have time to address each question or concern a patient has. As a health coach who has journeyed through infertility, my goal is to stand in that gap, ultimately supporting the work of OBGYNs and Reproductive Endocrinologists through the accurate and evidence-based resources I provide to their patients.”
Hannah Bowers is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition Health Coach Training Program, and a Health Sciences Major at Excelsior College. In addition to being the primary medical writer behind Baby Dust, she also operates Daily Fertility Tips, a Facebook group dedicated to providing quality resources to women trying to get pregnant.