Gastrointestinal Problems Common In Women

Gastrointestinal Problems Common In Women

The Natural Marketing Institute’s (NMI) Health & Wellness Trends Database reports women are 34 percent more likely to suffer from digestive disorders than men. No one is certain whether the difference is related to hormones, stress, diet, or all three. Preliminary research suggests a strong link between ovarian hormones and increased gastrointestinal problems. The studies show …

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Woman Who Could Not Eat

Woman Who Could Not Eat

With long summer days ahead and the delights of a good book to be enjoyed, readers around the world are picking up “Lifeliner: The Judy Taylor story,” the debut book from Shireen Jeejeebhoy. An inspiring summer read, it tells the poignant story of a young Canadian mother who made medical history as the first person …

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Obese Women In Canada Less Likely To Get Pap Tests

Obese Women In Canada Less Likely To Get Pap Tests

Like the United States, Canada is experiencing an obesity epidemic, with nearly 60 percent of the population affected. A new study finds that heavier Canadian women are less likely to undergo cervical cancer screening than their normal-weight peers are, despite having a health system that offers universal access. Researchers led by Dr. Rebecca Mitchell of …

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Breast Lift

Breast Lift

Breast lift, also called mastopexy, is one of the most popular of all cosmetic breast surgeries for good reason. The aesthetic improvement created by the surgical technique certainly addresses the anatomical issue of breast ptosis, but more importantly, helps to resolve the painful emotional issues often associated with sagging breasts. Breast ptosis is the medical …

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15 Reasons Not To Get Breast Implants

15 Reasons Not To Get Breast Implants

When women want to enhance their breast size, they usually resort to breast implants. However, why should they choose that method when there is a natural way, like the Superbust Enhancement product, to enlarge breasts, especially when it is safer and cheaper? Here are 15 reasons as to why you should not choose the method of …

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Vaginal Odor – May Cause Serious Problems If Left Untreated

Vaginal Odor – May Cause Serious Problems If Left Untreated

Vaginal odor may limit sexual activity in a relationship; the woman feels uncomfortable, and the man becomes a little distant. However, the vagina has a distinct smell that is not a problem. Each girl has a particular vaginal smell; it is natural. Even when you notice a recent difference in its smell, it is not necessarily …

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Alternative Approaches To Women’s Health

Alternative Approaches To Women’s Health

There should always be a separate approach to women’s health. It cannot be denied that males and females are not the same. The major health problems of men and the treatments used on them may not always be applicable to women. Alternative Options for Women Of course, conventional approaches in medicine are always a primary …

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What Are The Daily Intake Of Vitamins For Women?

What Are The Daily Intake Of Vitamins For Women?

Vitamins women need daily have not been changed since 1968 by the FDA in its daily intake recommendations called the RDI. According to the Women’s Health, nurition requirements have changed since the last 40 years and as recent has 2002 the Journal of the American Medicine Association, JAMA, changed it hardline standing and said that its …

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Guide To Breast Augmentation Surgery Techniques

Guide To Breast Augmentation Surgery Techniques

Getting breast implants is a big decision and deciding what plastic surgeon will perform your breast augmentation surgery is an even bigger decision. The fact is, breast augmentation surgery is not a cookie-cutter procedure. There are numerous different techniques used by plastic surgeons to place breast implants. Knowledge of these different techniques may help you decide …

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Post-Mastectomy Breast Reconstruction

Post-Mastectomy Breast Reconstruction

The latest numbers from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) show that in 2004, nearly 200,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer. It is one of the top ten causes of death for women in the U.S. Younger women seem to be more aware of their family history of breast cancer and are making a very …

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