Lights out: How Urban Lighting Could be a Breast Cancer Risk Factor

Lights out: How Urban Lighting Could be a Breast Cancer Risk Factor

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Did you ever think you would hear street lights being a breast cancer risk factor? A recent study states urban lighting is becoming a risk factor for breast cancer. But how does the streetlight become a risk factor for women’s health when women use street lights without even thinking about it? How Street Lights Can… Read more »

FDA Approves New Ovarian Cancer Medication

FDA Approves New Ovarian Cancer Medication

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The ovarian cancer medication, Lynparza, has shown to be an effective option for ovarian cancer treatment. It also may even help prevent ovarian cancer from spreading further in the ovaries. The FDA has just recently approved this cancer medication for a possible medical defense. Studies are still being conditioned on how potent it will be… Read more »

Life after a Hysterectomy: What Happens after Your Hysterectomy Procedure?

Life after a Hysterectomy: What Happens after Your Hysterectomy Procedure?

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What happens with life after a hysterectomy? Women are hesitant about a hysterectomy because they worry about how the procedure will affect their life. A hysterectomy is an important part of a women’s health and women’s care. Life after a hysterectomy brings its own set of conditions. Understanding what actually happens after a hysterectomy should… Read more »

How Many Femilift Treatments Do I Need?

How Many Femilift Treatments Do I Need?

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Who wants to go through treatments after treatments to feel confident in their intimacy? Most vaginal rejuvenation procedures take multiple treatments for you to feel the effects of the procedure. With a Femilift treatment, all you need is one treatment to feel the difference. Spend more time enjoying your intimacy and less time going through… 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 in diabetic women who had long term use of a low-dose aspirin. Could aspirin help women’s health and also prevent breast cancer? Aspirin could help women reduce not only breast cancer… Read more »

Facts about Toxic Shock Syndrome

Facts about Toxic Shock Syndrome

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Did you know 93% of toxic shock syndrome reports came from women and were related to menstruation? Toxic shock syndrome affects many women but are you aware of what exactly it is? Knowledge of what causes toxic shock syndrome could help prevent it from affecting women. Due to it affecting primarily women, we want to… Read more »