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PMS

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Is there something you can take or do to stop or at least increase PMS?

A mix of cramps, bloating, and mood swings plagues 75 to 80 percent of U.S. women during the ten days or so before their periods. Continue reading this entry »

Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding and Hormonal Imbalance Women From 30 to 50

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One of the most common gynecologic problems in women from 30 to 50 is dysfunctional uterine bleeding, abnormal uterine bleeding (menorrhagia) or so-called DUB. This condition is caused by an imbalance of hormones in the body that control the menstrual cycle. Continue reading this entry »

Kendrik

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Here is his story:

I feel especially blessed that I had a wonderful pregnancy, without any extreme nausea, or complications. I also amazed people that I was pregnant, because I didn’t really show (however I did gain weight). Nevertheless, I was especially ready for Kendrik to come, after waiting all summer, out of college just for him. Continue reading this entry »

Skin Care and Menopause

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Environmental factors such as sun exposure and cigarette smoking have a detrimental effect on skin after decades of exposure. While some of this damage is irreversible, some of the effects can be minimized and corrected. If we exercise early intervention for skin protection, such as protecting the skin from routine sun exposure, we can maximize our skin’s appearance. Continue reading this entry »

Study Finds Breast-Feeding Does Not Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

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For years scientists have speculated that breast-feeding (lactation) may protect against breast cancer. Several studies have supported this hypothesis. Others, however, have not. Now, a report published in the Sept. 15 issue of the journal Cancer joins the ranks of research that does not support a link between breast-feeding and reduced breast cancer risk.

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10 Things Every Woman Should Know About Ovarian Cancer?

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1. Although ovarian cancer is most common in women over 50, it can affect women of any age. Statistically, the chance of developing ovarian increases with age.

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