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Are hot flashes the only thing steaming up your bedroom? You’re not alone. Over half of women experience a drop in their sex drive as they enter perimenopause and menopause.  As your hormones fluctuate during “the change,” so can your libido. Along with dwindling sexual desire, other issues like vaginal dryness, tightness and pain also...
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When we think of health, we often think of our physical health. But the mind is just as involved in our health as our physical body.  Believe it or not, the mind and body do not operate as two separate entities, but as a fully integrated unit. While the mind influences the functioning of the...
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A woman's body is extremely dynamic. From puberty to childbearing years to entering menopause, our bodies have unique requirements. Menopause alters the way our cells communicate, which can cause severe physical and emotional changes. This drastic shift in hormones can be a bit of a culture shock to a woman's system. So, we must plan...
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It’s easy to assume that PMS is an inevitable part of being a woman. As we move through the phases of our menstrual cycle each month, PMS is something we’ve come to expect. While Premens doesn’t affect every woman, it affects most women’s health. Did you know that 75% of women experience PMS in one...
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Memory is fragile. Its speed and accuracy begin to slip in your 20s—and will keep declining. It’s normal. But don’t be mistaken. Just because it’s normal doesn't necessarily mean that you can’t stall or maybe even reverse the decline. As it turns out, there are plenty of effective strategies that support long-term cognitive health. Below,...
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Your body produces over fifty different types of hormones that carry out countless essential functions to keep you alive and well. Making sure all fifty are produced, secreted, processed, and stored properly on a daily basis is, well, easier said than done.  Imbalances happen. But with the right environment and resources, you can quickly bounce back. Unfortunately,...
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Your period will feel—and look—different from your mom’s, sister’s, or friend’s: that’s perfectly normal. You bleed for six days; they bleed for five. That's nothing to worry about. But what if you spend most of those menstruating days doubled over in pain, feeling like someone is taking their time wringing out your uterus? While painful...
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If you could use a bit of a mental wellbeing boost, there are plenty of ways to naturally increase your happiness. Did you know that there are a handful of “happiness hormones” that support feelings of joy, happiness, and delight?  Here we’ll take a deeper look at how to naturally increase these happy hormones so...
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There are always a handful of new or trendy skincare ingredients that find their way into the spotlight each year. And while some appear deserving of their hype even without further research (e.g., vitamin C), others may make you do a double-take (e.g., bee venom, anyone?). So, to help you navigate the tricky waters of...
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Magic mushrooms are ready for their “glow up.” Far from their early days as hippie hallucinogens, ‘shrooms are gaining attention as a promising medical treatment for a wide range of mental health conditions.  Yet while some treatment centers are gearing up to offer legalized psychedelic mushroom therapy, others aren’t so sure.  Let’s dive into the...
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From peppermint hot chocolate to gingerbread cookies, from turkey to pigs in blankets—it’s all too easy to over-indulge during “the most wonderful time of the year.” Still, the arrival of the new year may lead you on a desperate search for strategies that’ll whip you back in prime health and wellness. STAT. Hence, the popularity...
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You’ve probably heard that it’s a good idea to “check yourself” regularly for breast abnormalities, but what exactly does that mean? And what should you be looking for?  The first thing you should know is that self-exams do not take the place of mammography because of their limitations in dense breasts and masses under one...
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