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71% of Women Are Unsatisfied With Their Breasts—and That Can Be Dangerous for Their Health

Originally Published February 06, 2020 on Body Positivity | By Korin Miller Not liking your breasts can actually has serious health implications. Here’s what doctors say. Body image can be a tricky thing to navigate—but one new study on women and breast satisfaction has found that it could actually impact your health. The study, which […]

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I Had No Idea That My PCOS Symptoms Would Get So Much Worse After Pregnancy

Originally Published February 28, 2020 on family | By Lucy Wigley When I was 16, I was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). While I had the heavy periods and (much to the concern of my self-conscious teenage self) dark hair around my stomach and nipples, I didn’t display any of the other traditional symptoms, […]

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What Your Fatigue Could Mean

Originally Published October 31, 2019 on Better Health | By Michael Martin Are you tired? Or maybe the better question is: When aren’t you tired? These days, the relentless news cycle and likely unbalanced work/life balance would wear anybody out. But there’s a difference between tiredness and fatigue—that recurrent feeling of being worn out from […]

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The Clitoris Is Important for This Reason, Too

Originally Published November 18, 2019 on Women’s Health | By Holly Pevzner There are already 8,000 reasons to respect the clitoris, considering that’s how many highly-sensitive nerve endings are entrenched in this female organ. But now, thanks to a new review in published in November 2019 in the journal Clinical Anatomy, we know that there […]

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Make Menopause More Bearable With This 20-Minute Workout

Originally Published September 17, 2019 on Women’s Health Conditions | By Sara Lindberg The big M — menopause. You likely dread it but know you can’t avoid it, either. Most women enter menopause anywhere from their late-40s to mid-50s, with the average age being 52. But like most things in life, menopause isn’t one-size-fits-all, and […]

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