Women's Health

Address the unique health issues women face.

  1. Are Seniors Being Injured by Medical Care?

    Are Seniors Being Injured by Medical Care?
    We refer to a doctor, healthcare professional or hospital to make us feel better when we are ill, but alarming statistics suggest that preventable medical errors may be the third leading cause of death in the U.S. The causes include medical injury, polypharmacy, receiving treatment that leads to further medical complications, or suffering from an allergic reaction to medication. Knowing...
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  2. Adult Acne: Wrinkles and Pimples at the Same Time?

    Adult Acne: Wrinkles and Pimples at the Same Time?
    While nobody ever said life was fair, it does seem like a cruel joke and a double whammy to have to deal with acne and wrinkles at the same time. After all, aren’t pimples supposed to be a malady reserved for teenagers? Adult acne is becoming increasingly common in this country, leaving millions of older people perplexed about treatment options. ...
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  3. Considering Acne Treatments at Home? Maybe it’s Time to See the Light

    Considering Acne Treatments at Home? Maybe it’s Time to See the Light
    If you suffer from frequent acne outbreaks, maybe it’s time you saw the light. Studies have shown that exposure to certain types of light can help clear up acne-prone skin. In fact, many skin care specialists recommend light therapy as one of the best acne treatments at home.  For years moderate exposure to sunlight has been recommended as a way...
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  4. Best Diets for Acne: Healthy Skin Starts From Within

    Best Diets for Acne: Healthy Skin Starts From Within
    Healthy skin starts from within. The link between a nutritious diet and a glowing complexion is well-established and healthy eating habits, which are especially important for people with acne. Skin care specialists agree that the best diets for acne minimize the impact that hormones have on the complexion. Unfortunately, many modern Western diets are dominated by over-processed foods, sugary snacks...
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  5. Three Vitamins for Thinning Hair

    Three Vitamins for Thinning Hair
    There's nothing like a few extra strands in the hair brush or on the shower floor to raise anxiety levels, especially for women.  While once considered a male problem, roughly 80 percent of women experience some hair loss in their lifetime.  On average, people lose about 100 hairs each day, but more than that could be cause for concern.  While...
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  6. The 411 on Menopause and Hair Thinning

    The 411 on Menopause and Hair Thinning
    Due to a number of uncomfortable symptoms, women don't typically welcome menopause with open arms.  Although most expect hot flashes and mood swings, many are unprepared for perhaps the most distressing symptom of all:  hair loss.  Statistically, hair loss in women during and after menopause occurs in about 40 percent of women. Reasons for Menopause Hair Loss Most experts attribute...
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  7. 3 Tricks to Reduce Cellulite

    3 Tricks to Reduce Cellulite
    Finding an effective answer to reduce cellulite naturally can be a problem. The orange peel skin and lumpy texture of cellulite commonly found on women's hips, thighs and buttocks is a common problem as women age, but there are ways to help reduce the problem.  These three natural supplements can help to reduce cellulite and prevent new cellulite from forming...
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  8. Little Know Ways To Beat Cellulite

    Little Know Ways To Beat Cellulite
    Nine out of 10 women have ugly cellulite on their thighs, buttocks or stomach.  But relax, that unsightly "orange peel" effect can be improved using the Cellulite Diet. Cellulite is a build-up of pockets of fat that push against connective tissue under the skin creating a dimpled lumpy finish. While men rarely have visible cellulite, even women who are not...
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  9. Three Rules For Soy and Menopause Symptoms

    Three Rules For Soy and Menopause Symptoms
    Soy for menopause symptoms is not a new idea. In many Asian countries women there report much milder symptoms when going through the change, and it is thought to be partially due to the wide variety of soy foods they consume.     If you are in early stages of menopause, or right in the middle of it, foods for...
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  10. The Stress Menopause Connection

    The Stress Menopause Connection
    The link between stress and menopause is well documented. It can become a vicious cycle of worsening menopausal symptoms leading to increased stress.  Jump off that debilitating merry-go-round and find natural menopause relief with a few simple changes to your diet, activity levels and outlook on life.     The journal Menopause found in a study of over 400 women between...
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