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What Emotions to Expect During Menopause

If you find yourself on an emotional roller coaster, crying at the drop of a hat, overreacting to almost everything, and feeling like your world is spinning out of control as you experience unexpected highs followed by equally surprising lows —  you are not alone. Unless you have had a hysterectomy, you can expect to […]

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Beauty Myths for Pregnant Women

Having a baby is a beautiful thing that should never make you feel unpretty. As your baby belly grows, so does the list of things that are (supposedly) harmful to you and baby: pedicures, warm baths, and certain foods are just a few. If you aren’t sure how a relaxing pedicure after a long, exhausting day could […]

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Pregnancy Brain & Other Pregnancy Myths

Do you suffer from momnesia? Growing another life in your belly certainly requires a lot of work: you’re eating and sleeping more, and trying to accomplish everyday tasks while exhausted. In the middle of all of that, it’s easy to forget where you put your keys, or even what your firstborn’s name is. The phenomenon […]

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Birth Control Options for Women Over 40

We said it once, we’ll say it again This isn’t the first time we’ve talked about birth control for women over 40, and it probably won’t be the last. In case you’ve forgotten what you need to know, we’re here to refresh you. Let’s start with a recap of what your body—sex drive, menopause, and […]

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Healthcare Connections: Keri and Pace Tonn

A story to make you go “awww” Once the sniffles go away and you’re not wondering what on earth is making your back ache, you may not think about your doctor. In fact, when you’re leaving to pick up your prescriptions, you’ve already forgotten about the person hard at work behind you. Sometimes, however, extraordinary […]

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Medical Milestone: The Eradication of Polio

The ending of an era There’s a lot to taking care of your baby: check-ups, allergy tests, vaccinations. But have you ever stopped to think about what all of those shots are really for? With India, the world’s second most populous nation behind China, reaching a medical milestone this week, it’s worth taking a closer […]

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Sexual Health: The 101 on HIV Transmission

Because having sex shouldn’t mean anything else Remember Mean Girls, anyone? Although pop culture has helped to ease some of the stigma on talking about such taboo subjects, there’s still a lot left to learn about sexual health. With 50,000 people becoming infected by HIV—the human immunodeficiency virus—it’s something worth talking about. We’ve got you […]

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