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Cervical Health Awareness Month

Approximately 14,500 women were diagnosed with cervical cancer last year. Thanks to awareness events and programs centering around cervical health, the impact of this form of cancer has been dramatically reduced. Cervical Health Awareness Month occurs in January. It is one program that reminds women that cervical cancer is preventable with appropriate vaccinations and screenings.

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Leave endometriosis pain in 2021

Leave Endometriosis Pain in 2021

If you suffer from endometriosis you know that a flare-up can be excruciating to experience. The onset of an endo flare is different for everyone as several things can trigger it. Identifying your triggers can help reduce flares and leave endometriosis pain in 2021. Endometriosis Pain and Other Symptoms Endometriosis affects approximately 11% of American

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Seasonal Migraines: Sleigh Winter Migraine Symptoms

Reducing exposure to the various potential triggers is a vital part of managing migraine symptoms. For instance, the atmospheric and environmental differences that come with the changing seasons can be a significant trigger for migraine sufferers. Seasonal migraines can take the merriness out of the holiday season. While you can’t change the weather, we have

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Don’t Wait Until You’re in the Hot Seat

Though summer is now a distant memory for most, the heat remains for women living with chronic hot flashes. You don’t have to wait until you’re in the hot seat. We have some lifestyle changes that can provide relief so you can keep your cool. What Exactly are Hot Flashes? Hormonal fluctuations are not uncommon

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Speak Up About SUI

You’ve seen the commercials. Women sporting the latest incontinence options while exercising, lifting, and squatting with a blissful smile plastered to their faces. If only real life were that easy. Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is the most common type of urinary incontinence in women. While it’s helpful to have various options for managing this condition,

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Fall Fun Activities for Osteoporosis

Fall has officially begun along with pumpkin spice….everything! Milder weather means more people can enjoy the outdoors more. Individuals with osteoporosis are no exception. Though outings may require a little more planning, it’s possible to enjoy many fall fun activities when you have osteoporosis. Here are some ways to stay safe this season. Preventing Falls

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Does Migraine Pain Spook You?

If you suffer from migraines, an attack is always lurking in shadows, waiting to strike. Just when you’re starting to feel like your old self again, you schedule plans, and BAM! Your fun night out is traded in for a dark room under the covers, riding out the head pain and other symptoms. Does migraine

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Understand all the pieces of sexual health

All Aspects of Sexual Health Matter.

Sexual Health Awareness Month is celebrated annually during September and attempts to break down social and cultural taboos associated with sexuality. It also promotes a positive association surrounding sexual health worldwide to create an understanding that sexual health isn’t just physical. All aspects of sexual health matter. Here’s why. Sexual Health Awareness Month Sexual Health

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