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“This is termed ‘hormone-sensitive obesity’. Hormone fluctuations (progesterone in particular) make women hungry. Many women, for example, experience significant hunger one to two weeks before their periods are due, and this is due to the surge in progesterone which causes hunger – it is a normal response.”

Dr Bishay says being aware of this normal change in appetite is often helpful, and women should be supported to help maintain healthy eating, have access to platforms such as Juniper which provide highly trained GPs, dietitians and community programs to help them regain control of their health in a supportive, non-judgemental environment.

Male weight gain versus female weight gain

Acknowledging the difference between male and female weight gain is also key, especially as we age and our metabolism slows down by about 3 per cent every decade after age 30.

“We hear ‘eat less and move more’ but it’s a lot more nuanced than that,” adds Bandera.

“We reach different stages of our lives and might have different responsibilities which could affect how much time we have to be physically active, or if we’re stressed that can certainly impact our food choices.

“But there are also other things throughout our life that can influence weight changes, like thyroid function and changes in sex hormones in particular for women.

“When we reach peri menopause and menopause and see those changes in our hormones, the way we’ve been eating for most of our lives might not work anymore. We might see some weight gain and that’s because those hormonal changes can impact how our body uses and processes different nutrients.”

Weight loss is more nuanced than “eat less and move more”.Credit:Juniper

Time for change

The national discourse around obesity is something we need to address, agrees Dr Bishay, who has himself lost 45kg and kept the weight off for two decades.

“Say a disease suddenly descended on the entire nation of Australia that affected two in three people leading to health problems and symptoms. What would people think? That there was an individual fault to play or is it more likely to be a pandemic?

“It makes no sense to say something this widespread is purely out of choice. This is not to say that people are being forced to make less healthy choices in regards to diet and exercise, but it does mean that, as a species, our natural physiological response is to gain weight and resist weight loss. It drives some of us to eat, often excessively.”

With statistics showing two in three Australian adults are currently overweight or obese, costing the economy more than $11.8 billion per annum, he would like to see the change come from the medical profession in the first instance.

“To our well-meaning, hard-working GPs - please ask about your patient’s weight (with permission and empathy, of course) and get upskilled in weight management,” he urges.

“This is the golden era of weight management with many new, highly effective treatments available that can benefit the lives of millions of Australians.”

Talk to the healthcare professionals at myjuniper.com

Please note: the medical information in this article is general in nature and should not be relied upon in place of targeted medical advice that is specific to your condition.

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Killexams : Why Do So Many Women Feel Judged When Seeking Medical Advice?

Fear of GP judgement has deterred thousands of women from reaching out to health professionals for a range of issues.

Hopefully, your doctor is both helpful and supportive. But many women aren’t so lucky and often leave the doctor’s office feeling judged. Not only does it feel bad to be guilt-tripped, but it may also backfire: Overweight patients are actually less likely to lose weight if they feel their doctors are passing judgment on them, according to new research from healthcare brand Juniper.

For the study, researchers surveyed 1,000 Australian women aged 35 – 65 years and found that over half (52%) of Australian women, are reluctant to involve or seek assistance from a health care professional for their weight management due to fear of judgement and the perception that their weight is something they must manage on their own. In turn, this deters 79% of women from seeking medical advice for not only their weight, but other health areas of concern.

“Being overweight is a legitimate medical condition – and needs to be treated as one by both health professionals and patients. The perception of feeling judged is a real problem. We need to remove the stigma around talking about weight management and remove any perceived barriers to receiving medical advice to assist. Currently, it takes an individual around nine years to act on seeing a health care professional for weight loss in Australia,” explains Endocrinologist Dr Ramy Bishay.

“Fear of judgment is hyper-apparent and women are often time poor, caring for multiple family members and place their needs well below others. Our Juniper research has found that Australian women have been reluctant to involve their GP in their weight management consultations for a few different reasons including, fear of judgement, having to step on the scales in the consult room, the erroneous belief that all a GP can do is offer basic diet/exercise advice, or the belief that it’s something they should be able to manage on their own. However, up to 80% of weight gain is determined by your genes, which is why diets and exercise don’t always work. Health professionals are here to help, and women shouldn’t feel like they can’t engage us in their weight loss journey – there’s a lot we can do to assist them.”

That’s a healthcare crisis in and of itself: A good doctor-patient rapport is linked with better health outcomes (like weight loss), and people who like their doctors and feel no judgment are more likely to keep coming back.

“I see about 120 patients per week, and many of these patients come to commence weight loss management. My experience, which is also reflective of studies in the area, is that people have no idea where to turn to for help, and they have a sense of frustration and hopelessness. Then on the flip side, I see a lot of patients who know they need to speak to a health care professional about their weight but have put off an appointment because they have been too nervous to speak to anyone for fear of being judgement,” adds Dr. Bishay. “It takes two to solve this issue – health professional and patient. To our well-meaning, hard-working GPs – please ask about your patient’s weight (with permission, of course) and get upskilled in weight management. This is the golden era of weight management with lots of new, highly effective treatments available. Patients need to know this exists.”

Nikolina is the web-obsessed Digital Editor at Men's and Women's Health, where she covers news, fitness, health, style, travel and pretty-much everything else. A lover of boxing, she was previously a Digital Editor at GQ and Vogue magazine and has contributed to Vogue Living and The Australian. She specialises in digital marketing, social media and branded and editorial content creation.

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Killexams : Juniper Networks is Named One of the Best Workplaces for Parents™ in 2022 by Great Place to Work®

SUNNYVALE, Calif., December 06, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Juniper Networks (NYSE:JNPR), a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, has been honored by Great Place to Work as one of the 2022 Best Workplaces for Parents™. Earning a spot means that Juniper is one of the best companies to be a working parent in the country.

To determine the Best Workplaces for Parents, Great Place to Work analyzed the survey responses of over 568,000 parents who work for Great Place to Work-Certified™ companies and employ at least 50 parents.

"We strive to provide our employees every opportunity to thrive at work and at home. From our culture to our benefits, we constantly look for ways we can provide the support and services that our employees value," said Eva Andres, CHRO, Juniper Networks. "Needs for working parents can vary from pre-birth support up to teen and college years. We are dedicated to identifying and offering the best tools and services to provide the support that parents need. We are honored to be recognized for our efforts and earning a placement on the Best Workplaces for Parents list."

The Best Workplaces for Parents™ list is highly competitive. It’s the only company culture award in America that selects winners not only on the types of programs companies offer parents, but on how fairly parents say they’re treated at their workplace. Companies are assessed on how well they are creating a great employee experience for working parents that cuts across race, gender, age, disability status or any aspect of who employees are or what their role is.

"Congratulations to Great Place to Work’s Best Workplaces for Parents," says Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work. "As employees juggled work, eldercare and parenting demands, these companies listened to the needs of working parents and developed innovative ways to support them. They took action to provide relief, so their workforce didn’t have to choose between their jobs and their families."

Great Place to Work, the global authority on workplace culture, determines its lists using its proprietary For All™ methodology to evaluate and certify thousands of organizations in America’s largest ongoing annual workforce study, based on over 1 million survey responses and data from companies representing more than 6.1 million employees this year alone.

About Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks is dedicated to dramatically simplifying network operations and driving superior experiences for end users. Our solutions deliver industry-leading insight, automation, security and AI to drive real business results. We believe that powering connections will bring us closer together while empowering us all to solve the world’s greatest challenges of well-being, sustainability and equality. Additional information can be found at Juniper Networks (www.juniper.net) or connect with Juniper on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Juniper Networks, the Juniper Networks logo, Juniper, Junos, and other trademarks listed here are registered trademarks of Juniper Networks, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the United States and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

About the Best Workplaces for Parents™

Great Place to Work selected the Best Workplaces for Parents by analyzing the survey responses of over 568,000 employees who work for Great Place to Work-Certified™ companies and whose companies submitted at least 50 responses from parents in the U.S. Company rankings are derived from 60 employee experience questions within the Great Place to Work Trust Index™ survey as well as data around parental leave, adoption, flexible schedule, childcare and dependent health care benefits. Great Place to Work determines its lists using its proprietary For All methodology to evaluate and certify thousands of organizations in America’s largest ongoing annual workforce study, based on over 1 million survey responses and data from companies representing more than 6.1 million employees, this year alone. Read the full methodology.

To get on this list next year, start here.

About Great Place to Work®

Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture. Since 1992, it has surveyed more than 100 million employees worldwide and used those deep insights to define what makes a great workplace: trust. Its employee survey platform empowers leaders with the feedback, real-time reporting and insights they need to make data-driven people decisions. Everything it does is driven by the mission to build a better world by helping every organization become a great place to work For All™.

Learn more at greatplacetowork.com and on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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Media Relations:
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Killexams : Juniper Networks to pay $3 million to settle ERISA case

Juniper Networks Inc. will pay $3 million to settle an ERISA lawsuit filed by participants in a company 401(k) plan who alleged, among other things, that plan fiduciaries charged "unreasonable" record-keeping fees and unreasonably high managed account fees, according to a Nov. 11 filing in a U.S. District Court in San Jose, Calif.

The parties reported Sept. 15 that they had reached an agreement in principle in Reichert et al. vs. Juniper Networks et al., but they didn't disclose the terms at that time.

"Each defendant specifically denies the allegations that it breached any fiduciary duty or any other provisions of ERISA in connection with the administration of the plan, the administrative fees or expenses incurred by the plan, or the investments in the plan, at any time, and further denies that it in any way failed to act prudently or loyally as to the plan's participants and beneficiaries," the settlement document said.

The participants sued in August 2021 and later amended their complaint to also include allegations that fiduciaries didn't adequately review the plan's investment lineup for costs, kept certain investments that were more expensive and/or worse-performing than similar or identical options in the marketplace and failed to provide adequate investment information to participants.

U.S. District Judge James Donato rejected in April 2022 a petition by the defendants to dismiss the case, and he must approve the settlement.

"When the benefits conferred by the settlement are weighed against the attendant risks of continuing to prosecute the action, plaintiffs' counsel believe that the settlement represents a reasonable and fair resolution of the claims of the settlement class," the settlement document said.

Current and former participants in the plan from Aug. 11, 2015, through the preliminary court approval of the settlement are covered by the agreement.

The Juniper Networks Inc. 401(k) Plan, Sunnyvale, Calif., had $1.9 billion in assets as of Dec. 31, 2021, according to the latest Form 5500.

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Killexams : Indonet Selects Juniper Networks for Intent-Based Networking Software

Juniper Networks announced that PT IndoInternet (Indonet), an Indonesian digital infrastructure provider, has selected Juniper Apstra to help automate, modernize and facilitate an experience-first expansion of its network infrastructure.

Through managed automated network provisioning and monitoring, Apstra has already delivered Indonet an estimated 20% in cost-savings efficiency.

As the world’s largest archipelago, Indonesia has established a reputation as a preferred data center location in Southeast Asia due to its strategic location across vital shipping lanes, high levels of internet penetration and vibrant digital-first economy. To capitalize on this, the government has rolled out ambitious initiatives to accelerate economic growth, fueled by the urgency for digital transformation across industry sectors like manufacturing, finance and healthcare.

With digital transformation underway, the demand for reliable and scalable colocation services has spiked – with spending in the capital, Jakarta, alone expected to reach $938M by 2027 at a projected five-year CAGR of 22.7%. As Indonesia’s first Internet Service Provider, Indonet has built a reputation for providing scalable and reliable digital infrastructure solutions and is poised to capture more of that ongoing growth.

Indonet utilized Apstra to validate the design, deployment and operation of the EVPN/VXLAN overlay and IP fabric underlay of its latest data center, both built on Juniper QFX Series Switches. The use of validated templates and zero-touch provisioning has resulted in reduced deployment times and reliable data center operations, allowing Indonet to significantly streamline the day-to-day management of its data center networks and unify them in a virtual environment seamlessly.

As the only solution in the industry supporting a multivendor environment, Apstra can manage data centers built with different vendors, simplifying Indonet’s network operations while accelerating its scalability. Not only has Apstra dramatically reduced tedious manual tasks with repeatable blueprints, but it has also freed up skilled engineers at the company for more strategic work.

Additionally, the latest networking upgrades supported by Juniper’s Professional Services and Advanced Services empower Indonet to better respond to customer needs with greater agility, providing ultra-low latency and highly reliable cloud solutions required to power the country’s enterprises – the backbone of Indonesia’s economic growth.

Den Tossi Ishak, Chief Operating Officer, Indonet
Our vision is to become the digital infrastructure enabler of choice in Indonesia. Our partnership with Juniper Networks has modernized our network, streamlined the management of our data centers and, most importantly, helped us predict problems before they arise. This forms a strong foundation that will enable us to expand our footprint, respond to our customers with great agility and, ultimately, help them to fully capture the growth potential Indonesia has to offer. 

Perry Sui, Senior Director, ASEAN & Taiwan, Juniper Networks
Juniper Networks is excited to partner with and grow Indonet’s network as they build out a simplified, reliable and efficient infrastructure across Indonesia. Apstra has greatly facilitated the automation and expansion across their data center networks and we look forward to continuing our journey together as they transform into a modern digital infrastructure provider, further fueling Indonesia’s growth momentum.

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Killexams : Tuolumne County's landmark Bennett Juniper now under the long-term care of Mother Lode Land Trust

Tuolumne County’s landmark Bennett Juniper, south of Highway 108 in the Stanislaus National Forest, which predates the birth of Christ by centuries and is billed as the largest-known western juniper tree in the world, is now under the long-term care of the Mother Lode Land Trust.

The transfer of stewardship includes 3 acres of land that are also home to the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers juniper trees, named decades ago for their close proximity and the appearance that the two trees are dancing with each other.

The Save the Redwoods League, a conservation nonprofit founded in 1918, donated the property and its trees, including the Bennett Juniper, to the Mother Lode Land Trust. The trees and property had been under stewardship of the Save the Redwoods League since 1987.

The Bennett Juniper, estimated to be 3,000 to 4,000 years old or older, is among the oldest living trees in the world.

“The Bennett Juniper is an unrivaled specimen of western juniper,” Ellie Routt, executive director of Mother Lode Land Trust, said in remarks distributed by the Save the Redwoods League. “This gnarled and knotted tree has withstood drought, hard winters and lightning strikes for thousands of years.”

Going forward, Mother Lode Land Trust ownership of the Bennett Juniper property will ensure local oversight and permanent protection “so that everyone can have the chance to see this amazing tree,” Routt said.

According to scientists and the Save the Redwoods League, the Bennett Juniper tree, 86 feet tall and 39.9 feet around, is the largest known juniper tree in existence. Other western juniper trees average 50 to 70 feet in height.

The Bennett Juniper has been studied many times, yet scientists are unsure of the tree’s exact age.

In 1989, Peter Brown of the University of Arizona Tree Ring Lab, estimated the Bennett Juniper is approximately 3,000 years old. Brown also discovered decayed wood and a hollow section about 2 feet into the core samples. Because of the missing space in the tree rings, the exact age of the Bennett Juniper may never be known.

The Bennett Juniper is named for naturalist Clarence Bennett, who studied western juniper trees from Oregon to Mexico decades ago.

Ed Burgeson, a sheep rancher, heard of Bennett’s studies and in 1932 led Bennett to the massive tree in the Stanislaus National Forest in Tuolumne County. It was the largest western juniper tree Bennett ever encountered.

Bennett began advocating for the tree’s protection, and in the 1950s the Forest Service named the tree after Bennett.

Nonprofit organizations have stewarded the Bennett Juniper property for more than 40 years. Land owner Joseph W. Martin Sr. donated the 3-acre Bennett Juniper property to The Nature Conservancy in 1978. Increasing numbers of visitors trampled the property in the 1980s. The Nature Conservancy restored and stewarded the land for about nine years, and conveyed it to the Save the Redwoods League in June 1987.

The Save the Redwoods League is best known for protecting coastal redwood and giant sequoia forests. During its 35 years of managing the Bennett Juniper property, the nonprofit installed protective fencing around the tree’s base and the boundary of the property, and installed interpretive panels to provide information and background about the tree and its history. 

In 1988, the nonprofit hired Ken Brunges as caretaker. He lived on-site and protected the Bennett Juniper for three decades.

Effective Nov. 4, the Save the Redwoods League has donated the Bennett Juniper property and $40,000 in seed funding toward its long-term stewardship to the Mother Lode Land Trust.

“When Save the Redwoods League protects a forest, often, that’s just the beginning of the story, not the end,” Anthony Castaños, land stewardship manager for Save the Redwoods League, said in an announcement in early November. “After more than 30 years of stewarding the Bennett Juniper property, we’re pleased to convey this remarkable place to Mother Lode Land Trust. The organization has the capacity and local ties to ensure its future most readily.”

Scientists believe the oldest living thing on Earth is a Great Basin bristlecone pine named Methuselah, which, according to tree-ring data, is more than 4,850 years old, meaning the tree was alive before ancient Egyptians built the pyramids at Giza. 

Methuselah is in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in the White Mountains of eastern California, about 315 miles east of Sonora when Sonora Pass is open. It’s about 450 miles one-way when Sonora Pass is closed.

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Killexams : Juniper berries add a taste of the holidays to your favorite foods

If a whiff of gin brings pine trees to mind, juniper berries are to thank; their astringent, peppery notes have fueled the alcohol since it was invented in the 1500s.

Found on conifer trees, the petite frosty blue berries aren't even berries — they're tiny cones. Industrious Minnesotans know they can forage their own, but for the rest of us, dried berries are widely available in stores. And now is their time to shine.

Crush juniper berries before using to release their intense flavor. give them a home in stocks, brines and marinades; they're the perfect complement to lamb, venison, pork or salmon. They're commonly used in pickling and fermenting, adding a distinctive funk to sauerkraut, and have been known to make appearances in cookies, too. Infused, they add a seasonal kick to salts, teas and simple syrups, ready for your signature holiday cocktail, cookie or latte.

But a word of caution: As with gin, a little bit of juniper goes a long way.

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Killexams : Juniper Valley Park Track and Field opening to the public after 18 months of construction

After over a year of construction at Juniper Valley Park, the track and field will be ready for the public to use by this weekend. 

The $5.25 million project reconstructed the running track and synthetic turf field and put in an adult fitness area. Construction started in April of 2021 and had planned to be completed in April of 2022, but with various delays, the project was just completed this month, according to the NYC Parks website. 

Councilman Robert Holden, who was president of the Juniper Valley Park Association for 25 years, was happy to announce the news Tuesday, Nov. 22. 

“After 18 months of being closed, I am happy to finally see the Juniper Valley Park Track and Field reopen to the public,” said Holden. “The city must do more to ensure that parks projects are done timelier and that we use all the available technology to investigate possible issues that may arise during them. I will work with the Parks Department to ensure that future projects are done sooner.”

The project was put on hold in August of 2021 after inspections during construction showed that segments of the storm drainage system needed to be replaced.

“The contractor is hard at work behind the scenes obtaining permits to address unforeseen drainage infrastructure issues,” said Megan Moriarty, a press officer for the Parks Department, earlier this year.

Holden has criticized the Parks Department for “botching” every single project at Juniper Valley Park.

“There is technology available that could avoid delays like this, but Parks does not do their homework before bidding the projects out and I’m sick of it,” Holden said. “Problems like this drive up the cost and the amount of time. Sometimes a park or a section of a park is closed for months or longer, denying residents the use of it. I’m hopeful that it will get better under the new commissioner. As usual, getting something done with the city is no walk in the park.”

The cost of the project did increase. 

Gary Giordano, the district manager of Community Board 5, previously told QNS said that though the Parks Department does great work, this is not the first time drainage issues have come up during a capital parks project.

“They do a good job when it comes to reconstructing areas of the park as far as play equipment and proper safety surfacing,” Giordano said. “But, when it comes to drainage and water issues, I see that as their weak point. This is not the first recent park project where drainage was a problem.”

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Killexams : Indonet Partners with Juniper Networks for Intent-Based Networking Software to Automate and Modernize Network Deployment

Tapping Juniper Apstra for the build-out of its latest data center, Indonet will further uplift networking infrastructure across Indonesia to accelerate the country’s digital growth

JAKARTA, Indonesia, November 30, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, today announced that PT IndoInternetTbk (Indonet), an Indonesian digital infrastructure provider, has selected Juniper Apstra to help automate, modernize and facilitate an experience-first expansion of its network infrastructure. Through managed automated network provisioning and monitoring, Apstra has already delivered Indonet an estimated 20% in cost-savings efficiency.

As the world’s largest archipelago, Indonesia has established a reputation as a preferred data center location in Southeast Asia due to its strategic location across vital shipping lanes, high levels of internet penetration and vibrant digital-first economy. To capitalize on this, the government has rolled out ambitious initiatives to accelerate economic growth, fueled by the urgency for digital transformation across industry sectors like manufacturing, finance and healthcare.

With digital transformation underway, the demand for reliable and scalable colocation services has spiked – with spending in the capital, Jakarta, alone expected to reach $938M by 2027 at a projected five-year CAGR of 22.7%. As Indonesia’s first Internet Service Provider, Indonet has built a reputation for providing scalable and reliable digital infrastructure solutions and is poised to capture more of that ongoing growth.

Indonet utilized Apstra to validate the design, deployment and operation of the EVPN/VXLAN overlay and IP fabric underlay of its latest data center, both built on Juniper QFX Series Switches. The use of validated templates and zero-touch provisioning has resulted in reduced deployment times and reliable data center operations, allowing Indonet to significantly streamline the day-to-day management of its data center networks and unify them in a virtual environment seamlessly.

As the only solution in the industry supporting a multivendor environment, Apstra can manage data centers built with different vendors, simplifying Indonet’s network operations while accelerating its scalability. Not only has Apstra dramatically reduced tedious manual tasks with repeatable blueprints, but it has also freed up skilled engineers at the company for more strategic work.

Additionally, the latest networking upgrades supported by Juniper’s Professional Services and Advanced Services empower Indonet to better respond to customer needs with greater agility, providing ultra-low latency and highly reliable cloud solutions required to power the country’s enterprises – the backbone of Indonesia’s economic growth.

Supporting Quotes:

"Our vision is to become the digital infrastructure enabler of choice in Indonesia. Our partnership with Juniper Networks has modernized our network, streamlined the management of our data centers and, most importantly, helped us predict problems before they arise. This forms a strong foundation that will enable us to expand our footprint, respond to our customers with great agility and, ultimately, help them to fully capture the growth potential Indonesia has to offer."

- Den Tossi Ishak, Chief Operating Officer, Indonet

"Juniper Networks is excited to partner with and grow Indonet’s network as they build out a simplified, reliable and efficient infrastructure across Indonesia. Apstra has greatly facilitated the automation and expansion across their data center networks and we look forward to continuing our journey together as they transform into a modern digital infrastructure provider, further fueling Indonesia’s growth momentum."

- Perry Sui, Senior Director, ASEAN & Taiwan, Juniper Networks

Additional Resources:

About Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks is dedicated to dramatically simplifying network operations and driving superior experiences for end users. Our solutions deliver industry-leading insight, automation, security, and AI to drive real business results. We believe that powering connections will bring us closer together while empowering us all to solve the world’s greatest challenges of well-being, sustainability, and equality. Additional information can be found at Juniper Networks (www.juniper.net) or connect with Juniper on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Juniper Networks, the Juniper Networks logo, Juniper, Junos, and other trademarks listed here are registered trademarks of Juniper Networks, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the United States and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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Juniper Networks
+65 6959 0553
kchew@juniper.net

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Killexams : How a Fleetwood Mac Star’s Wife Inspired the Donovan Song ‘Jennifer Juniper’

Jenny Boyd, who was twice married to Fleetwood Mac founding member and drummer Mick Fleetwood, was the inspiration for the Donovan song “Jennifer Juniper.” Here’s what the former model said about the track and her relationship with Donovan.

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Mick Fleetwood’s ex-wife, Jenny Boyd, was the inspiration for the Donovan song ‘Jennifer Juniper’

Jenny Boyd inspired the Donovan song “Jennifer Juniper” years before she married Mick Fleetwood for the first time. The model was married to the Fleetwood Mac star from 1970 to 1976, and they were remarried briefly between 1977 and 1978. 

Boyd is the sister of model Pattie Boyd, who was married to Eric Clapton and George Harrison. “Jennifer Juniper” was written in 1968, before Jenny married Fleetwood and Pattie married Clapton. But Pattie was married to Harrison at the time of its recording. Jenny, whose real name is Helen Mary Boyd, was nicknamed after her sister Pattie’s favorite doll. 

Although Jenny was not yet married to Fleetwood, she had already met him. The former couple first encountered each other when Jenny was just 15 years old. 

The drummer recounted their first meeting in his book, My Life and Adventures in Fleetwood Mac. “I met Jenny when I was still in the Cheynes,” he wrote (via Song Facts). “I’d see Jenny coming home from school, a stunning 15-year-old in white stockings. I lost my heart to her immediately. I had a massive crush on her, but was so shy I couldn’t say anything to her. I knew then, at age 16, that this was the girl I was destined to marry.”

Jenny Boyd explained how she inspired the song ‘Jennifer Juniper’

Mick Fleetwood’s ex-wife opened up about how she inspired the Donovan song “Jennifer Juniper.”

“I was working at this boutique and Donovan walked in – I had met him before,” Jenny Boyd told Fox News in 2020. “We just started talking and we ended up seeing each other a couple of times. I remember the second time we went out, he told me, ‘I wrote a song for you.’ We sat down, he took out his guitar and then he started singing ‘Jennifer Juniper.’”

Jenny said she always thinks about the special moment whenever she hears the hit song. “It was the most extraordinary thing because I was really shy in those days,” she explained. “I didn’t even know where to look. But it was absolutely wonderful. It’s been one of those things that have stayed with me these 50 or so years. Every time I hear it, it takes me straight back to that moment.”

Jenny added, “It was the 60s. We were so innocent and there was this idealism that we could change the world. It’s a very precious song to me.”

Mick Fleetwood’s ex-wife said she and Donovan never had a romantic relationship

Jenny Boyd said her relationship with Donovan was never serious, despite him writing “Jennifer Juniper” for her.

In her interview with Fox News, the former model was asked about their brief romance. Although Jenny admitted to Donovan’s crush on her, she said the musician was never her boyfriend.

“We kissed, but it didn’t go any further than that,” Mick Fleetwood’s ex-wife said. “He really liked me and I really liked him. But we became really lovely friends. He wasn’t a proper boyfriend.”

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