• April

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    Keeping the Passion Alive

    Keeping the Passion Alive

    Whether you have been married for decades or are still relative newlyweds, keeping the passion alive is not always easy. Between the demands of work and family and the difficulties of life, making time for your spouse or significant other can be harder than you think. If your relationship has lost its spark, there are

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    Life Hacks: Condoms Not Just for Sex

    You already know that condoms protect you from sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy, but did you know these tiny wonders have several other uses? There are plenty of reasons to keep a pack of condoms on hand, even if your sex life is far from active. You should always use a condom as part of

    • February

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    Heart Health Month

    Heart Health Month

    Welcome to Heart Health Month, the perfect time to evaluate your health and make some heart-healthy changes. You do not have to apply a radical change or deprive yourself of all the foods you love to enjoy a healthier lifestyle and improve your heart health. A few simple changes, like reducing the amount of sodium

    • January

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    Effects of Hormones on the Uterus

    Effects of Hormones on the Uterus

    Hormones like estrogen and progesterone regulate the menstrual cycle and are integral to a women’s reproductive system. In estrogen’s case, this hormone can even affect a myriad of other aspects of the body. Understanding these hormones and how they affect the body is essential for understanding reproductive health. Many women also take synthetic hormones, but

    • November

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    Being Thankful

    Look how far we’ve come. Incredible women have fought for centuries to bring us to where we are today, and while we still have a long way to go, it’s always okay to take a look around and be thankful for the strides made thus far.  Education  Female education activist icon Malala Yousafzai started her

    • October

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    Reduce the Risks of Breast Cancer

    Breast cancer can be a sobering reality a lot of women face. It is said, women who have relatives who have been diagnosed, have a risk 5 times higher than average. Sometimes breast cancer is a pre-disposed sickness, but there are several things that you can do to help reduce the risks of breast cancer

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