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Austin MD Magazine

May '15
DR. JENNIFER ASHTON: A REAL DOCTOR
Tips and health advice from author and celebrity MD on the hit TV show, The Doctors

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Huffington Post

May '15
How To Talk To Your Teen Daughter About Sex
One of the most difficult conversations that moms have with their daughters is about sex ? not just the birds and bees, but the real deal: oral sex, birth control, sexually transmitted diseases, peer pressure, sexual assault and more. Dr. Jennifer Ashton, a mom of two teenagers and an OB-GYN who's a recurring host on The Doctors, shares her advice about how, who, and when to have an honest and open conversation.

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Dr. Oz Magazine

March '15
Things Your Gyn Needs To Know
Read this for my take on conversations you need to have at your next Gyn visit...

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

January '15
Ask Dr. Ashton
I had an abortion. Will that make it harder for me to get pregnant later?

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Health Fitness Revolution

December '14
Fittest Daytime Talk Show Hosts
Dr. Ashton was named one of the top 10 Fittest Daytime Talk Show Hosts

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

October '14
Ask Dr. Ashton
Should I be using organic tampons?

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

September '14
Ask Dr. Ashton
My breasts hurt right before my period. What can I do about it?

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

August '14
Ask Dr. Ashton
My clit ring is infected. Help!

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

July '14
Ask Dr. Ashton
Will using anti-bacterial body wash help me avoid STIs?

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

June '14
Dr. Ashton's Career Advice
How to Have a Tough Talk: Your Career Get-Ahead Guide:
As an Ob-Gyn, Dr. Ashton tackles uncomfortable topics and conversations on the daily! Read her full-page feature professional profile in June issue of Cosmo's Career Guide!

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Fitness

June '14
My 67-Mile Bike Race
FITNESS Advisor Dr. Jennifer Ashton Recaps Her Epic Ride

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

June '14
Ask Dr. Ashton
Do I need a folic acid supplement if I'm not pregnant?

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Bergen Mama

May '14
Cocktail Party Fashion Shoot
I ditched the scrubs and lab coat, and had a great time on this fun, cocktail party fashion shoot! Great looks, beautiful clothes! Hair and makeup by the talented, Dora Smagler.

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Cosmo

May '14
I'm a lesbian. Would I ever need birth control?
Maybe. Hormonal birth control doesn't only prevent pregnancy, it can also help manage painful periods, PCOS, acne, and endometriosis.

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

April '14
Ask Dr. Ashton
How can I avoid those annoying red bumps after shaving or waxing?

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

March '14
Ask Dr. Ashton
I just found out I have an STI, but my boyfriend swears he hasn?t cheated on me. Could I have gotten it from a toilet seat or towel?

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

February '14
Ask Dr. Ashton
Can my gynecologist be my primary doc too?

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USA Weekend

January '14
'The Doctors' featured on the cover of USAW
Dr Ashton and her co-hosts from The Doctors share tips for good health in the New Year.

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

December '13
Dr. Ashton's Monthly Column
Why did my doctor put her finger up my butt? I thought it was a pelvic exam!

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

November '13
Dr. Ashton's Monthly Column
How long can you really keep in a tampon?

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

October '13
Dr. Ashton's Monthly Column
Could weight loss be affecting my period?

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Cosmopolitan Magazine

September '13
Dr. Ashton's Monthly Column
Do I Really Need an Annual Pelvic Exam?

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Women's Health

May '13


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Saving Graces Profile

April '13


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The Daily Muse

April '13
Maybe Baby? What Doctors Want You to Know Before You Get Pregnant.
Dr. Ashton answers many questions you may have prior to getting pregnant.

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Fitness Magazine

April '13
Dr Ashton appointed to medical advisory board of Fitness magazine!

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(201) Health

June '12
Triple THREAT
Dr. Ashton talks triathlons and gets her whole family involved

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SELF.com

February '12
Dr. Ashton's health and fitness tips!

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Huffington Post

January '10
Our Daughters' Health
Dr. Ashton on why teenagers should see a Gyn between ages 13-15...(hint: it's an ACOG recommendation and it has nothing to do with sex!)

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