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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

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    When’s “The Right Time” to Have a Baby?

    When’s “The Right Time” to Have a Baby?

    Motherhood is as personal a decision as it gets and it is by no means a “one size fits all” affair.  Maybe you’ve always seen yourself as a parent, or maybe you’ve never wanted to be one. Maybe you’re considering children now in a time you’re friends or family is saying is too late or

    • June

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    7 Tips and Tricks to Have a Healthier Summer

    7 Tips and Tricks to Have a Healthier Summer

    Summer is a time of fun and sun, and a time for friends and family. It is important to safeguard your good health while enjoying the great outdoors since the warm weather also comes with its fair share of health challenges. Here are 7 tips and tricks for enjoying a healthier summer. How to Avoid

    • April

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    Bra Fitting 101

    Bra Fitting 101

    There is an oft-cited statistic that up to 80 percent of adult women are currently wearing the wrong size bra, and the number may be even higher for teenagers and young people. Growing bodies mean changing needs, and failing to accommodate those needs with a good bra and proper support can have several health consequences

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    Self-Care for Women

    Self-Care for Women

    As women, we tend to give our time and our energy to others. As caring mothers, dedicated daughters, and loving spouses, women tend to focus their energy outward. We make sure the kids make it to school on time, we get dinner on the stove, we work hard for our bosses, care for our aging

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    Sexualization Of Women in the US: Part 2

    Sexualization Of Women in the US: Part 2

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