Women: Multitaskers? Or in a hurry to do it all?

Women: Multitaskers? Or in a hurry to do it all?

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Working conditions and family structures make many women take on roles that can lead to health risks if they...
You can beat breast cancer!

You can beat breast cancer!

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According to the Spanish Cancer Association, there are currently more treatments to fight this type of tumor that are...
How to store breastmilk

How to store breastmilk

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While breastmilk can be stored, under what conditions and how long can it be stored for? Learn more here.
Women: Multitaskers? Or in a hurry to do it all?

Women: Multitaskers? Or in a hurry to do it all?

For her 1 December, 2018 0

Working conditions and family structures make many women take on roles that can lead to health risks if they are not delegated or taken on in a balanced way.

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You can beat breast cancer!

You can beat breast cancer!

For her 5 November, 2018 0

According to the Spanish Cancer Association, there are currently more treatments to fight this type of tumor that are less invasive.

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How to store breastmilk

How to store breastmilk

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While breastmilk can be stored, under what conditions and how long can it be stored for? Learn more here.

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What your hair can tell you

What your hair can tell you

For her 1 September, 2018 0

It is important to pay attention to how your hair looks, not just as a matter of aesthetics, but because hair loss or a lack of shine can be some of the first symptoms of a health problem.

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The different causes of breast pain in women

The different causes of breast pain in women

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Any level of this type of pain is uncomfortable to women; it can come and go each month, or last for weeks or even months.

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Amenorrhea, menorrhagia and dysmenorrhea: Learn the difference

When a woman experiences an abnormal menstrual cycle, she should see her physician to rule out whether it is caused by a medical condition and to get the right treatment.

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The effects of early menstruation on health

The effects of early menstruation on health

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Women who began their menstrual cycle before age 12 may suffer from health problems in the future. To prevent complications, learn about the health effects of early menstruation.

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Mothers and daughters: bridging the gap through trust

Mothers and daughters: bridging the gap through trust

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Being a mother to a daughter involves understanding that her personality is different than the person that is raising her. Communication and open dialogue between the two is key.

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Age-related changes in the face

Age-related changes in the face

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As people age, how the face and neck normally appear changes. The loss of muscle tone and thinning of the skin give the face a flaccid or saggy appearance.

According to the website MedlinePlus, in some people, flabby jowls may create the look of a double chin. To a certain point, wrinkles cannot be avoided; sun exposure and tobacco use make them develop faster, however. You may also like: New drug to stop bleeds in emergency situations.

The number and size of sunspots and dark spots on the face also increase due to the pigment in the skin, which is also largely due to sun exposure. Other changes that commonly occur include:

  • In some people, their ears may lengthen (probably caused by cartilage growth). Men may grow hair in their ears, which may become longer, thicker and more noticeable.
  • Eyebrows and eyelashes become gray. As with other parts of the face, the skin around the eyes gets wrinkles, creating crow’s feet on the sides of the eyes.
  • The weakening of the muscle that supports the upper eyelid may cause the eyelids to droop, which may limit vision. 
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Stopping birth control pills leads to an imbalance in women’s bodies

When women stop taking birth control pills, changes can happen to their bodies. According to the Mayo Clinic, this occurs while the body produces the necessary hormones for ovulation and menstruation.

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