What To Know About a Loved One with Cancer

Cancer. The word alone is enough to bring tears to your eyes, whether you’ve seen a loved one lose their battle or someone overcome the odds, the tears can be both sorrowful and overjoyed. Odd how something so destructive can have such a spectrum of emotions. Can you imagine that …

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Top Books To Get You Excited About Your Health

Apparently today is National Book Lovers Day, and although we had no idea until just a few hours ago, we’re going to jump right in with celebrating. After all, it’s an awesome reminder to go back and sift through our bookshelves to pick out those books that were so good …

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When It’s Time to Go See Your Doc

In the media age it’s all too easy to let things slide. What do I mean here? I’m referring to the fact that along with media, our entire perception of healthcare has changed. No more than three decades ago when someone had an ailment the first person they would consult …

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Welcome to WomensHealth.com

Imagine better care for women around the world. Our first step together in a lifelong journey toward healthier lives. Imagine a virtual gathering place for the world’s thought leaders and experts in women’s health.

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Stress on Overdrive and Our Bodies

 Back in the centuries where populations of hunter-gatherers were prevalent, people relied on their body’s ability to be stressed to keep them safe. For example, when in danger of a predator, a hunter-gatherer would experience the “flight or fight” response, which is the body’s physiological ability to adapt for survival. …

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Bone Health for Every Age

When you hear the words “bone density” and “osteoporosis” members of the elderly age group are most likely the ones to cross your mind. While health problems associated with our bones do set in with age, it’s how we care for them in our younger years that affect our mobility …

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