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15 Best Travel Mugs For Hot Coffee On-The-Go In Winter 2022



Jewelyn Butron and Christine Giordano

It’s that time again, folks: you wake up in the morning and it’s still dark outside, and at four the sun is (again) nowhere to be seen. Since it’s basically pitch dark 24/7 and the air is starkly cool (or maybe even snowing, depending on where you live), you’ll likely find it convenient just sipping on the most steamy hot drinks.

However, sometimes there is no time to have your morning cup of joe in your favorite coffee mug – you need to catch the train or get into your car ASAP. What can a girl do on the go? Pour your morning pick-me-up into a handy travel mug instead, duh!

If your mug collection is * thriving * but you haven’t invested in your own travel mug yet, look no further. Whether you prefer a durable travel mug that can withstand a drop or one that is on the ~ artsy ~ side, there’s a travel mug for just about everyone on this list.

Would you like a personalized option? You can get a travel mug with your BFF’s face on it. Do you have a long journey ahead of you? Opt for a travel mug specially designed for road trips. Live somewhere it’s damn freezing? Opt for a super-insulated travel mug. Buy a travel mug for everyone on your Christmas gift list or, better yet, grab one for yourself.

Below are the best travel mugs in 2022 for every type of person and drinking occasion. Happy (quick) slurping!

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ICYMI, YETI cups are currently some of the best cups for on the go on the market. And with more than 22,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, this one is definitely a fan favorite.

Made of stainless steel and vacuum-insulated, the Rambler will keep your drink hot for hours without ever burning your hands. It also has a practical cap that you can unbutton and unbutton with ease.


Hydro Flask stainless steel travel coffee mug

Hydro bottle

$ 29.99

This 12-ounce travel mug is made of stainless steel and comes with a convenient screw-on cap (aka this mug doesn’t have to worry about spilling). And it’s available in a wide variety of colors.

Unlike most Hydro Flask models, this one fits perfectly in your car’s cup holder and is completely dishwasher safe. Plus, the top has a little handle when you need to clip it to your work bag.


American road trip adventure mug

For those of you who want to be artistic with your dishes, you’ll love this travel mug specially designed for road trips. It is decorated with a map of the United States and comes with a ceramic pen.

Every time you make it to a different place on your stop list, you can mark it on the mug. If you want to visualize routes, you can draw lines to show how far you’ve come.


Travel mug insulated with you autoseal

This stainless steel travel mug from Contigo has over 62,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, so yes, it’s a big deal in the travel mug world. The cap also has an automatically sealed lid so you can be sure not to spill it on your lap while you are out and about. To drink, all you need to do is press the button and the swallowing area opens.

In addition, this travel mug is available in a range of colors (blue, red, green, whatever) to suit any mood you want. And TBH, for only $ 14, it’s an absolute bargain. (I’ll take two!)


Vacuum insulated coffee travel mug


$ 14.99

This 12-ounce, stainless steel mug is vacuum-insulated for coffee or tea that will stay hot for hours. It also has an outside handle for easy carrying and a lid that mimics the appearance of a typical disposable coffee cup.

However, the lid also has a buckle to keep you completely spill-free, and it’s secured with an airtight silicone gasket. (PS This one is not dishwasher safe! Please hand wash.)


Handmade travel mug

Okay, how beautiful is this handmade, dishwasher safe travel mug? Not only was it designed by a talented ceramist, but it’s ergonomically designed to fit in a coffee holder or backpack side cover.

It is also sealed with a supple silicone lid so that you don’t spill anything on your journey from place to place. In short, you will get all the compliments on the pretty design and your coffee will be kept safe all morning. (Win win.)


Stojo On The Go coffee mug

There are many reasons to love this mug for on the go. Firstly, this mug is collapsible so you can shrink it after you drink it and conveniently put it in your pocket.

It’s also made entirely from recycled silicone, so you don’t have to worry about scratches or breaks while traveling. (And it’s good for the planet.)


Personalized Starbucks coffee mug


$ 4.87

If you or someone you love is a huge Starbucks fan, then check out this personalized Starbucks mug available on Etsy. You can have your name written on the label so no one has an excuse to steal a sip of your morning brew.

And for your information, did you know that you can get 10 cents off your Starbucks order using a refillable mug? All the more reason to buy for yourself and everyone else on your vacation list this year.


Reusable glass coffee cup


$ 16.99

For those of you who like the feel and style of glass containers, this glass travel mug with a protective cork ring is for you. It holds up to 12 ounces of liquid and comes with a plastic lid to secure your drink while commuting.

This container is completely dishwasher safe and therefore not only travel-friendly, but also a breeze.


S’Well 18-ounce insulated stainless steel mug


$ 30.00

If you’re someone who * needs * an extra large drink in the morning, this 18-ounce S’Well beaker is for you. It’s insulated to keep your coffee hot for an extra long time, and it’s made of stainless steel for optimal durability.

And if style is your priority, this travel mug is available in a variety of designs: teak, blue granite, white marble, onyx, and other trendy options.


Pink Starbucks Skinny mug in glitter


$ 25.00

Another for Starbucks lovers: this slim-style mug fits snugly in your car’s cup holder. Plus, it comes in a pretty “drip glitter” design that comes in a variety of colors (like blue, green, and pink, to name a few).

Each order comes with its own straw and push-down lid so you have different options for drinking your coffee.


Engraved travel mug

If you are looking for a travel mug that also makes the perfect Christmas present, this mug is for you. You can have this mug engraved with a personalized photo and a message for your loved ones – so that they always think of you when they sip their morning drink.

In terms of utility, this travel mug will keep your drink hot for 12 hours (or cold for 24 hours), vacuum insulated, and made of sturdy stainless steel for long life.


Take away tea maker

If you prefer tea to coffee, Team WH is by your side. As? Well, this travel mug is made for having tea on the go. This is how it works:

Put your loose leaves in the hot water to soak, then sip your drink with ease as the lid’s mesh compartment prevents any bits from getting into your mouth. (Very easy!) And on the days when you want to go for coffee, skip the leaves and pour your brew right into this insulated container.


Travel mug with an individual face


$ 26.00

Another great gift idea for the Christmas season: this personalized travel mug that you can use to put someone’s face outward. Whether you want to use your own smile as a design or a picture of someone you love, this becomes a ridiculous gift that doubles as something useful.

The mug is also available in 20 and 10 ounces and is made of stainless steel, which will keep your drinks nice and warm. (And yes, this travel mug is dishwasher safe.)


Modern insulating mug with a straw

Simply modern

$ 19.99

With over 47,000 reviews and five stars on Amazon, this insulated, vacuum-sealed mug is sure to be a hit with coffee and tea drinkers on the go. You can also slurp it in two different ways: a hinged lid and an opening made specifically for the reusable straw that comes with it.

And if you want to own travel mugs with style, they are available in many different designs and colors (e.g. floral, ombre and marble patterns).

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Dubai’s Arab Health to examine why women had fewer babies during Covid-19 pandemic



Obstetrics and gynecology experts will meet at the Arab Health Summit in Dubai this month to discuss why women have decided not to have babies because of the pandemic.

The Arab Health Obstetrics and Gynecology Conference will discuss trends in women’s health, including the impact of Covid-19 on reproduction and fertility.

dr Human Fatemi, medical group leader at ART Fertility Clinics in Abu Dhabi, said the pandemic has caused people to reconsider their plans to have children.

As an infertility specialist, I would not worry about Covid-19 and pregnancy

dr Human Fatemi, Medical Group Leader of ART Fertility Clinics

“The pandemic has definitely shifted the desire to become parents and the desire to have a child,” he said.

“For some patients, especially women with reduced ovarian reserve and aging, the pandemic will significantly affect their ability to have children.

“As an infertility specialist, I would not be concerned about Covid-19 and pregnancy. The key message is to maintain hygiene, wear masks, ensure social distancing and be careful. If you have a reduced ovarian reserve and want to get pregnant, don’t delay.”

Several research results show a direct link between the pandemic and women’s desire to have children.

According to research by the United Nations Population Fund, public health crises and economic shocks have long been recognized as conditions that alter reproductive behavior.

Data from the US, Europe and East Asia show sharp falls in births as of October 2020 compared to the same months last year, suggesting that Covid-19 has caused short-term fertility declines in many countries.

Research from the Australian Institute of Family Studies shows that one in five Australian women changed their baby plans because of the pandemic, and one in seven women said it likely affected when they would have children, with most study cohorts ( 92 percent) decided to delay pregnancy.

This was supported by a study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, which reported the link between the pandemic and births in 22 high-income countries and found particularly sharp declines in southern Europe – Italy (-9.1 percent), Spain (-8.4 percent) and Portugal (-6.6 percent).

But doctors said the research doesn’t prove there’s a greater risk for pregnant women. You should follow precautions and deliver babies safely.

dr Kiran Mehndiratta, a specialist obstetrician and gynecologist at NMC Specialty Hospital Abu Dhabi, told The National in May 2020 – during the peak of the first wave – that pregnant women are not at increased risk compared to others.

However, she added, it is important to know that pregnant women’s immunity is reduced to ensure the baby is not rejected by the mother as half of its genes come from the father.

That means people with pregnancy complications like diabetes or high blood pressure, which are known risk factors for severe Covid-19, could also be at higher risk.

Most of the “very small number” of pregnant women who die at NMC Specialty Hospital, where Dr. Mehndiratta works who tested positive for Covid-19 were also asymptomatic.

“Only a few of them gradually developed a cough,” she said.

This supports theories that suggest pregnant women are no more vulnerable to the effects of Covid-19 than others.

The Obstetrics and Gynecology Conference is a regular feature of Arab Health, taking place from 24th to 27th January at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

The conference will host several key sessions on fertility, reproduction and Covid-19, including a session on ‘Covid-19 and the Fetus’, presented by Prof Asma Khalil, who specializes in Obstetrics and Maternal-Fetal Medicine at St George’s University Hospital specializes. London. A session on ‘Covid-19 and the impact on fertility’ will be given by Dr. Johnny T Awwad, Executive Chairman of Women’s Services and Head of Reproductive Medicine at Sidra Medicine & Research Centre, Qatar.

Updated January 19, 2022 2:27 p.m

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Menopause brings an onslaught of changes to women’s bodies. Why don’t we talk about it?



Menopause affects 50 million women in the United States, especially when they are at the peak of their careers and personal relationships. It is usually diagnosed 12 months after a woman’s last period.

Menopause begins around age 51, on average, and brings with it a serious drop in estrogen levels that affects the body from head to toe, says Dr. Somi Javaid, a board-certified gynecologist and founder of HerMD, a growing chain of health clinics in Cinncinati specializing in menopause and sexual health.

She explains that women experience hot flashes, trouble sleeping and memory, increased anxiety and depression, dry skin, weight gain, joint problems, decreased sex drive, vaginal dryness, problems with orgasm, and no menstrual cycles for 12 straight months. And in the months or years leading up to menopause — a period known as perimenopause — there’s still some bleeding, and estrogen levels still drop, but not as much.

People don’t talk much about menopause because it’s a generational thing, says Sally Mueller, a former Target executive and now co-founder and CEO of wellness company Womaness.

“I’m 57, my mother hasn’t talked about her menopause. And so the baby boomers and even Gen Xers really grew up being uncomfortable talking about it because their moms didn’t talk about it. And I see it really, really changing with millennials. Millennials are breaking every taboo and starting to open the conversation, so thank goodness.”

Despite the physical symptoms, women at this stage feel confident, have wisdom to share, and feel empowered and creative, Mueller points out.

hormone replacement therapy

According to Javaid, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is safe for millions of women and can effectively address many of the symptoms mentioned above, as well as other hidden problems such as bone loss and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

Timing is important with HRT. “When hormones are prescribed within the first five years of menopause, they are actually cardioprotective. As for the increased risk of breast cancer, yes, if you have an estrogen receptor or progesterone receptor positive tumor, you can definitely accelerate growth. However, we still haven’t proven that HRT actually causes the cancer cells to start in the first place. But for patients who have a history or a strong family history, or who have genetic mutations such as BRCA, we do not recommend hormone replacement therapy for them.”

Does HRT help women become younger again? Javaid says that in her 20 years of clinical practice, women have said their skin changes, acne disappears, and joints hurt less.

“Yes, patients are seeing a return or resolution of some of their ailments. But I want to be clear: I’m not going to take a 51-year-old patient and make her 21 again. But they definitely feel better.”

There are now non-hormonal options, such as radiofrequency treatments and CO2 lasers, that are used for vaginal dryness, Javaid points out.

Start early – learn and adapt

It’s important to understand that menopause can lead to longer-term health effects, and many women aren’t informed until they’re already through menopause, Mueller says. “It would be a much easier transition if they were educating themselves even in their 30s and early 40s.”

Javaid says she begins educating her patients in her 30s. “I always tell my patients: nobody knows your body better than you do. If your provider is not listening to you, you need another provider. … I truly encourage women to live their best life, to understand what’s going on with them, and to seek the care that fits both their choices and their lifestyle. I think the sooner they find out about this, the better they will do with their healthcare.”

Javaid says women need to eat differently, too, and she’s a big proponent of intermittent fasting to lower insulin levels, which helps with weight gain during menopause.

Also, turn to weight loads to counter osteoporosis and do pelvic floor strength training to maintain sexual function and stay continent, she adds. “We don’t want to pee on ourselves when we’re exercising, coughing, or laughing with friends.”

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Do advanced therapies have a place in women’s health?



Lehr participated in a biotech showcase session titled “Women’s Health: Progress and Innovation Continue to Generate Investor Interest.” The panel included executives from Context Therapeutics, EndoCyclic Therapeutics, Gennev, iSono Health and Univfy.

What is women’s health?

Defining women’s health seems deceptively simple, but there are many definitions, according to Biotech Showcase panelists. For some companies and investors, it is defined by certain diseases, such as hormonal diseases or diseases that affect women differently than men. For others, the term is limited to just breast cancer.

An evolving term – femtech – has emerged to refer to technologies focused on women’s health. Panelists explained that the classification helped increase visibility and make investors (traditionally a male-dominated space) intrigued and motivated to explore and learn more about the category. Ultimately, the committee called for more female investors.

Recently, femtech-focused companies and products have emerged. But according to Lehr, the innovations of this group are only incremental improvements. What the industry needs are logarithmic changes that catalyze a massive step forward toward healing.

One such innovation that has the potential to create that logarithmic jump is immunotherapy, Lehr said. Investors are already interested in this space, and getting investors to invest in female cancer immunotherapy could be transformative.

Advanced therapies for women’s cancer

Lehr explained that Context Therapeutics is a mission-driven company dedicated to women’s oncology. The company strives to develop products that improve the quality of life for women living with cancer.

The Company’s lead candidate is Onapristone Extended Release (ONA-XR), a progesterone receptor antagonist that inhibits the progesterone receptor by binding to chromatin, which in turn downregulates cancer stem cell mobilization and blocks immune evasion. The progesterone receptor is a ligand-activated transcription factor that promotes progesterone-dependent cancers such as ovarian, uterine (endometrial) and breast cancer.

These cancers hijack progesterone to stimulate cancer cell proliferation, metastasis, regeneration and immune evasion. ONA-XR is currently being evaluated in four Phase II studies and the Company expects to report results from these studies in 2022.

Context is also developing Claudin 6 bispecific, an anti-CD3 x, anti-Claudin 6, antigen bispecific monoclonal antibody that redirects T cell-mediated lysis to malignant cells that express Claudin 6. Claudin 6 is a target for a tight junction protein and is particularly enriched in ovarian and endometrial tumors. The combination of precision medicine and immunotherapy aims to attack tumors directly without damaging normal tissue.

As excitement and innovation in the field continues to grow, Lehr and other Biotech Showcase panelists expressed optimism about near- and long-term progress in bringing advanced therapies and transformative technologies to the women’s health sector.

Do you have a unique perspective on your research related to women’s health or femtech? Contact the publisher today to learn more.

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