Harrison Kronfeld Harrison Kronfeld

Harrison is an aspiring physician and Washington University in St. Louis graduate with a bachelor’s degree in the Dramatic Arts and Biology. For nearly two years he has served as an emergency room medical scribe at Lenox Hill Hospital and Lenox Health Greenwich Village, where he is responsible for seeing patients and documenting medical history. He has worked in a number of hospitals, encompassing a variety of fields, ranging from pediatric rehabilitation at Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital to dermatology at Choice Dermatology.

New Padman Movie Brings Periods to the Big Screen

New Padman Movie Brings Periods to the Big Screen

Grab the popcorn: Bollywood is bringing bad periods to the big screen! Perhaps for the first time in a major motion picture, periods are the plotline in newly released indie film Padman. Based on a true story, the film chronicles the life of…

Sex Tips for the Endo Girl

Sex Tips for the Endo Girl

Getting in the mood can be a complicated thing to do when you have endo. Many suffer from dyspareunia, or painful intercourse, which can disrupt a woman's chance of having a fulfilling and active sex life. Sex and relationship therapist Carli…

Moms With Endo: Early Detection for Daughters Is Key, Says Expert

Moms With Endo: Early Detection for Daughters Is Key, Says Expert

As many women with endometriosis can attest, a lengthy delay in diagnosis is one of the most vexing aspects of the disease. A decade or more wait after the initial onset of endometriosis symptoms isn't uncommon, as doctors can miss the mark,…

Could a Saliva Test be the Future of Diagnosing Endo? A Q&A With DotLab Creator Heather Bowerman

Could a Saliva Test be the Future of Diagnosing Endo? A Q&A With DotLab Creator Heather Bowerman

Bioengineer and entrepreneur Heather Bowerman is the CEO and founder of DotLab, and is developing what she claims to be the “first non-invasive test for endometriosis,” DotEndo. A non-surgical form of diagnostic endometriosis testing…

The Experts Weigh In: Is a Hysterectomy an Effective Endometriosis Treatment?

The Experts Weigh In: Is a Hysterectomy an Effective Endometriosis Treatment?

After news spread of Lena Dunham’s total hysterectomy to treat her endometriosis, a global conversation began to unfold: Is a hysterectomy an effective form of endometriosis treatment? “There is no certainty that a hysterectomy…

Endo Have You on Pins and Needles? An Acupuncturist May Have Your Answer

Endo Have You on Pins and Needles? An Acupuncturist May Have Your Answer

If the idea of finding inner balance while living with endometriosis seems oxymoronic, you may want to give the ancient art of acupuncture a try. Recently, The Blossom sat down with Meghan Van Dina, who not only runs her practice, North Nassau…