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Be Responsible: An Argument for Self-Care

I’ve never been shy about voicing my opinions about conventional healthcare, especially when it comes to shortcomings in preventive care quality. If you aren’t familiar with the term, “preventive care” essentially refers to any form of healthcare specifically aimed…

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A Better Weigh: Measuring Success Beyond the Scale

I’m always amazed by the powerful psychological effects of the old bathroom scale, especially among women. All too often, unfavorable numbers negatively influence self-esteem, body image, and overall perceptions of beauty.…

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High Cholesterol: What You Need to Know

Have you been diagnosed with high cholesterol? You’re certainly not alone, as this chronic health condition (also known as hypercholesterolemia) affects more than 70 million adults (over 30%) in the United States alone. Although heredity and other uncontrollable factors like age and gender can often influence the development…

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Three Ways to Reduce Your Risk of a Heart Attack

In spite of what many believe, a heart attack is not necessarily a “natural cause” of death. It is usually the first symptom of an underlying problem like heart disease, which is a leading cause of death worldwide for…

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Nine Powerful Exercises Everyone Should Be Doing

You’ve probably heard of a million fad diets claiming to help you eat better and lose weight. Interestingly enough, as with all fad diets, exercise trends are a dime a dozen. Also, like fad diets, these trends come and…

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Eight Strategies for Naturally Boosting Libido in Women

Reduced sex drive is a common symptom experienced by many women as they move through different stages of life. Technically considered low libido, it can result from complex interactions between multiple factors such as decreased arousal or satisfaction, an…

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How to Manage Fibroids with Weight Lifting

Fibroids (leiomyomas) are noncancerous growths or tumors that develop in and around a woman’s womb (uterus). The exact cause of fibroids is unknown. However, their development and growth are stimulated by abnormal elevations in estrogen, the female sex hormone…