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Holly Ellis

Holly Ellis is a women's health blogger and novelist. In addition to educating readers about their health with Giddy, Holly's fiction writing focuses on lifting the voices of LGBTQA+ women by crafting strong female protagonists who have the courage to take charge and pursue their dreams. Her debut novel, Living with the Past, will be released this fall. In addition to women's fiction and blogging, Holly is a college writing professor and director of writing for multiple colleges. Outside of her professional work, Holly owes her success to the unwavering support of her husband and family.

Understanding Your Physical Health

How Not to Die During Sex When You've Had a Stroke

Returning to life as usual following a brain attack can be like walking a tightrope.

By Holly Ellis

Understanding Your Physical Health

Assessing Your Risk of Having a Stroke

Understanding your genetic and behavioral risk factors can prevent a major cardiac event.

By Holly Ellis

Understanding Your Physical Health

Rapper David Rush's Patient Perspective on Kidney Disease

'Our time's the most important thing that we don't get back, so we need to use it wisely.'

By Holly Ellis

Understanding Your Physical Health

Kidney Disease Is Manageable With the Right Treatment

The latest advances in meds and technology bring new hope for every stage of this condition.

By Holly Ellis

Sleep and Sleep Disorders

The Latest Sleep Disorder Appliances

Missed rest impacts every aspect of your life, but these devices can eliminate your sleep debt.

By Holly Ellis

Sleep and Sleep Disorders

I Was Sleeping in the Lab Late One Night…

A sleep test in a laboratory can be inconvenient, but it can accurately identify your disorder.

By Holly Ellis

Understanding Reproductive Health

The Facts About the Vagina

To get on the path to optimal vaginal health, deconstruct stigma and misconceptions.

By Holly Ellis

Sleep and Sleep Disorders

When Your Dreams Ruin a Restful Night's Sleep

Dreaming is a natural part of your slumber cycle, but too much might indicate a disorder.

By Holly Ellis