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Have you heard about the latest news in women’s health...
Calcium supplements may make some women as much as 7 times more likely to develop dementia.
Mammograms may be able to detect early signs of cardiovascular disease.
You can help prevent cognitive decline — and even reverse lost mental capacity with 4 simple steps.
There’s an amazing new treatment, which virtually erases eye bags without surgery.
Certain foods help turn your body into a “probiotic factory” — filling you up with inflammation-fighting good bacteria.
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Women’s health is one of the fastest growing areas in medicine. New developments from thousands of clinical trials and research studies are being released almost daily.
Processed foods and saturated fats actually change your body chemistry and cause disease.
Breakthrough studies show a promising new vaccine is 90% effective in preventing shingles for those over 70.
Fastest way to strengthen muscle and avoid falls.
New insights into how stress affects women’s hearts — and how to relieve it.
What it means for your health if you feel younger than your age.
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You probably know that caffeine can increase anxiety, but did you know that too much sugar can lead to rebound low blood sugar levels, which can produce anxiety symptoms?
Women may need a statin even when cholesterol and blood pressure are at optimum levels.
Do you know that diabetes symptoms — and complications — are more common in women than men? Here’s what you need to do.
Certain heartburn medications could raise your risk for heart attack as much as 20%.
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4 ways to lower your chances of getting a painful urinary tract infection.
How certain mind-body approaches are better than pain relievers for sore backs!
Better relief for painful, clogged sinuses.
How reading books may add years to your life. (My personal favorite!)
The 4 most common lenses used in cataract surgery — how to decide which is best for you.
How to adapt to life after cancer.
Best ways to protect yourself from the Zika virus and other diseases carried by insects.
Hate swallowing pills? We show you tricks to help the medicine go down.
Why you want polarized sunglasses for driving — they have an extra coating that minimizes glare.
3 ways to eradicate varicose veins.
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