How Women’s Brains Really Are Superior

“He never remembers our anniversary,” Felicia says about her husband of 15 years. “It used to really upset me, but now I just drop little hints as the day approaches. It works.” “I just don’t get his obsession with cars,” Renee says about her boyfriend of two years. “I mean, …

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How to Survive the Unspoken Grief that Comes After Miscarriage

“I would have had my baby in one more month, but at four months pregnant, I lost him,” says one mom. “I was feeling fine, but at my regular appointment the doctor couldn’t find a heartbeat. I don’t understand what happened. I’m devastated but I don’t know what to do.” …

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5 Perfectly Normal Ways Your Body Changes After Age 40

Have you asked yourself lately, “What’s going on? Is this normal?” If so, you’re not alone. Many women go through changes as they age that are a little confusing. We expect the fine lines and wrinkles. We know that menopausal symptoms could show up at any time. But some of …

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6 Ways Women Can Preserve Memory as They Age

You may have heard the startling statistics: Alzheimer’s disease affects about 5.4 million Americans. It is the sixth leading cause of death among all adults, and the fifth leading cause of death among those 65 or older. By the year 2050, estimates are that more than 16 million Americans could …

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Hormone Replacement Therapy May Protect Memory in Menopausal Women

Source: USC University of Southern California The findings suggest that estrogen treatment after menopause protects the memory needed for short-term cognitive tasks A hormone replacement therapy may protect memory for some women, according to a new USC-led study. The findings by USC researchers are the latest to indicate that hormone …

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Why are Women More at Risk for PTSD?

The more we research health conditions and diseases, the more we see that no matter which one we’re talking about, it tends to behave differently in women than in men. Take heart disease, for example. For decades most of the research was conducted on men, with the assumption being that …

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How to Keep the News from Causing Stress and Anxiety

Watching the news can be depressing for anyone, but according to some studies, it may be even worse for women. Most of us want to know what’s going on, and we turn to various news outlets to find out. Yet after reading or hearing about terrorist attacks, nuclear weapons tests, …

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How to Channel Your Anger So It Won’t Harm Your Health

“The Female Anger Epidemic.” Such was the headline of a 2015 Daily Mail article. It went on to reference the British Association of Anger Management, which found that 87 percent of working mothers had admitted to shouting at their children because of stress. A quarter of women were said to …

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Top 10 Healthy Tips for 2018 Include Not ‘Drinking’ Your Fruit, 10,000 Steps a Day and Maintaining a Gratitude Attitude

Source: University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center Roy Buchinsky, MD, director of wellness at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and the Robert and Susan Hurwitz Master Clinician in Wellness, has these 10 tips to help maximize your chances of a long, strong and resilient life. #1 “If the food is white, it’s …

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Women Who Find Their Purpose Unlock the Secrets to Long-Term Health

Originally published April 7, 2015   Do you know your purpose in life? In other words, do you have a strong sense of why you’re here, and what you’re meant to be doing? If not, you’re not alone. According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention …

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