Women's Health

Address the unique health issues women face.

  1. Expert Tips For Healthy Skin, Hair And Nails

    Expert Tips For Healthy Skin, Hair And Nails
    The hair, nails and skin are the body’s protection against damaging effects of harsh environmental elements – the sun’s ultraviolet rays, heat, cold, dirt, and abrasive surfaces. Together, they present your physical self to the world, which is why most of us want to keep them in good working order and healthy, vibrant appearance. Here is a list of daily...
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  2. New Study Solidifies What We Suspected: Maintaining a Healthy Weight Protects Against Breast Cancer

    New Study Solidifies What We Suspected: Maintaining a Healthy Weight Protects Against Breast Cancer
    When it comes to breast cancer, we are often alarmed by risk factors, such as family history and environmental toxins, over which we have no control. So it’s refreshing to know that there are things we women CAN do to reduce our risk of this all-too-common and dreaded disease. And now, thanks to results of a first-of-its-kind scientific study*, we...
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  3. Health Quiz: Do you suffer from job stress?

    Health Quiz: Do you suffer from job stress?
    Studies have shown that job stress clearly is the No. 1 source of stress for American adults, and that it has increased over the past few decades. A sure-fire indicator that you’re suffering from excessive job stress: the feeling of having little control but lots of demands. Excessive and prolonged job stress has been linked to increased rates of heart...
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  4. Women: Taking Care of Others Begins with You

    Ask a woman to list her life’s priorities and chances are her personal needs, including her own health maintenance, will fall far down on the list. With husbands, children, parents and work responsibilities, most women tend to worry about them first! But it’s a house of cards that would collapse in the face of your own illness or incapacity …...
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  5. Take Control: Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer with Healthy Lifestyle Choices

    Take Control: Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer with Healthy Lifestyle Choices
    This year alone, an estimated 207, 000 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed in the United States, according to the National Cancer Institute, making the disease the second leading cause of cancer death in women. Daunting as these statistics may sound, there are steps that you can take to reduce your risk of developing the disease: Limit alcohol...
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  6. Lowering High Blood Pressure Naturally in Middle-Aged Women Reduces Heart Disease Risk

    Lowering High Blood Pressure Naturally in Middle-Aged Women Reduces Heart Disease Risk
    Do you know the importance of controlling your blood pressure naturally? Natural heart health is important as we age, especially in women. Heart disease is a more serious issue than many people might believe. There is no doubt that cancer in all its forms receives a great deal of attention in the press, and rightfully so, but heart disease is believed to account for...
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  7. The Benefits of Taking Multivitamins for Women

    The Benefits of Taking Multivitamins for Women
    There is no doubt that the nutritional and health issues of women are different from those of men. Often this fact is overlooked or simply not given enough attention. However, women need to remember that they do in fact have different health needs. Of course, this also means that they need different multivitamins as well. Today's multivitamin market is loaded...
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  8. Natural Health Solutions For Keeping Your Skin Young

    Natural Health Solutions For Keeping Your Skin Young
    3 natural health solutions that will help fight prematurely aging skin. Alcohol, cigarette smoking, sun exposure, stress…We know that all of these things can prematurely age your skin. But here’s a new one to add to the list: Sleep deprivation. Numerous studies have shown that sleep deprivation inhibits collagen (a primary skin component that keeps skin firm and maintains its...
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  9. Job Stress and Women’s Heart Health

    Job Stress and Women’s Heart Health
    Growing up, I was always under the impression that heart disease was more of a man’s problem than it was for women - gender notions of stress in the workplace, alcohol abuse, and other stereotypes probably rounded off this presumption. But did you know that since 1991, more women die each year of heart disease than do men? In fact...
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