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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 PMS doesn’t affect every woman, it affects most of them. Did you know that 75% of women experience PMS in one...
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We live in a youth-obsessed society. And it’s reflected in what we see in magazines, newspapers, TV shows, and movies. We rarely see older individuals, particularly women, portrayed in a favorable light unless they’re somehow free of fine lines, wrinkles, and gray hair. Is this problematic? Yes. How can it not be? Shunning an unavoidable...
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It’s 2pm and you’re at your desk. How do you feel? Are you focused and sharp? Or are you zoning out and exhausted? Chances are, you’re fighting the post-lunch urge to crawl under your desk for a quick siesta like the millions of other people who struggle with brain fog.  Brain fog is common, but...
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It's a lovely evening out. You've got one foot out of the office when your colleagues ask if you’d like to grab drinks. You agree, because…why not? Once in the bar, it’s a flurry of gossip, laughter, and shots. Wait, how many has it been? Two? Or three? No, wait, it’s four because Tom from...
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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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What comes to mind when you think of going through a midlife crisis? Most people think of dropping their life savings on a hot red sports car or suddenly quitting their job to join the circus.  The truth is, a midlife crisis looks different from person to person and it doesn’t have to be as...
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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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When you think about healthcare, what comes to mind? First-aid kits? Hospitals? Surgery? Medications? While these innovative modern healthcare techniques and tools are constantly changing how (and how long) we live, they tend to focus only on sickcare and leave out the other major aspect of healthcare: wellcare. Let’s learn more about the difference between...
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When did wellness become so overwhelming? We’re supposed to make healthy dietary choices, exercise regularly, practice mindfulness, stay connected to loved ones, and still make time for at least seven hours of sleep per night. Twenty-four hours doesn’t feel like it’s enough time for you to prioritize wellness and your various roles in life (e.g.,...
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The popularity of Delta-8 THC products is on the rise. But instead of being driven by emerging research of potential benefits, its popularity is driven by the exploitation of a legal loophole.  To understand why that is, we'll need to differentiate what exactly Delta-8 (and Delta-9 THC) is and how it works.  Delta-9 THC vs. Delta-8...
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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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