Arousal after menopause isn’t a myth to this couple

Why Arousal After Menopause Isn’t a Myth!

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Women experiencing menopause believe they have passed their time to be intimate. Many women believe their age prevents them from enjoying intimacy because, after a certain age, they shouldn’t feel sexy. But that is simply not the case —women can experience arousal after menopause. Just like a fine wine, your intimacy can only get better… Read more »

Grab an Aspirin: How Aspirin May Lower Risk of Breast Cancer in Women with Diabetes

Grab an Aspirin: How Aspirin May Lower Risk of Breast Cancer in Women with Diabetes

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What if the answer to breast cancer prevention in diabetic women was aspirin? Recent studies are showing a significant risk reduction in breast cancer for diabetic women who had long term use of a low-dose aspirin.   More medical professionals are researching how aspirin could potentially help women’s health and also prevent breast cancer. Aspirin… Read more »

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What You Need to Know about Urinary Incontinence

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There isn’t anything more annoying than having to run to the bathroom regularly. For those living with urinary incontinence, this annoyance is constant. Urine incontinence is not just a problem for those who are enjoying the later years of their lives, many factors come into play for the medical issue to occur. Urinary incontinence keeps… Read more »

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Be Ready for Body Changes After Pregnancy With These Tips

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Giving birth to your new bundle of joy is a great experience, but you just aren’t feeling the same as you did before. Body changes after pregnancy are more than just a little bit of stretched skin; childbirth can be both mentally and physically taxing to your body. Luckily there are things all pregnant women… Read more »

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The Ultimate Guide to Menopause and Its Symptoms

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When women are beginning to experience menopause, it can be a very daunting life transition. Unfortunately, there’s no guide in the universe that can cover every aspect for every woman because each woman is different. Women reach menopause at an average age of 51, with the general range of 40 through 58. As our bodies… Read more »

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Do At-Home Colon Cancer Detection Kits Work?

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Given that colon cancer takes the lives of 50,000 Americans each year, taking responsibility for this aspect of your health is vital. In addition to traditional colon cancer screening, it is now possible to test for colon cancer without colonoscopy using at-home colon cancer detection kits. The big question, however, is whether they are a… Read more »

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Tips to Ease the Worry during Your Cancer Journey

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The moment you get the results of your cancer testing is when your cancer journey begins. You suddenly feel your life flash before your eyes and get anxiety thinking about all the things you want to accomplish in life. It is often difficult to learn how to cope with your cancer because you don’t even… Read more »

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Doctors are Starting to Listen to Women’s Health Concerns

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How would you feel if your doctor simply brushes off the health concerns you have? Many women are given this treatment for their symptoms or issues, where their physician will simply misdiagnosis them or tell them it will eventually go away. Neglecting women’s health concerns are not only making certain issues they experience but it… Read more »

In the Dark about Inflammatory Breast Cancer

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We are always celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness in October by wearing our supportive pink ribbons and participating in events to discover a cure for this devastating disease. Some women aren’t aware of the various types of this cancer, including one called inflammatory breast cancer. This type is rare and more aggressive than the one we… Read more »

Let’s Talk: Having a Conversation with Your Aging Parents about Intimacy

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Don’t we all hate the dreaded sex conversation with our parents, asking us if we are being safe and knew about protection? As a teenager, you can instantly feel the embarrassment filling up your body. But what happens if you reverse the roles and you are having a conversation about intimacy for your parents? Although… Read more »