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7 Foods To Help You Sleep Better

Submitted by • August 1, 2017

Estrogen plays a big role in both fat storage and its distribution. Before perimenopause, fat likes to hang out in the thighs, hips and buttocks. But during and after menopause? Fat gets restless and likes to move.

New Chronic Migraine Screening Tool Available To Help You Communicate Headache Symptoms And Their Impact

Submitted by • August 1, 2017

New Chronic Migraine Screening Tool Available to Help You Communicate Headache Symptoms and Their ImpactFortunately, the new ID-Chronic Migraine (ID-CM) screening tool is now available to help you communicate your headache symptoms and the impact these symptoms have on your ...

How To Tame A Hot Flash (No Hormones Required)

Submitted by • August 1, 2017

If I asked 1,000 women what the most troublesome and annoying symptoms of menopause were, the majority would no doubt answer hot flashes.

Diabetes Educators Make A Difference

Submitted by • August 1, 2017

I joined a small group where I participated in diabetes education classes regularly, which helped bring everything I knew about diabetes together.

Conquering My Fears At Paddle-Board Yoga

Submitted by • August 1, 2017

The next morning I awoke early, put on my swimsuit (and lots of sunscreen) and headed down to the beach. Katie provided each of us a board with a paddle and guided us out onto the water.

Health Messages That Work

Submitted by • August 1, 2017

When it comes to effective health messages, focusing on what to do, rather than what not to do will put you on the road to success.

The Gentle Cesarean: More Like A Birth Than An Operation

Submitted by • August 1, 2017

There are many reasons women need cesareans. For me, after 17 hours of labor, my daughter’s heartbeat slowed down, which results in my emergency c-section.

How To Practice More Gratitude In Your Life

Submitted by • August 1, 2017

With gratitude, I’m learning to have more contentment for all the things I have and all the things I can do, versus being disappointed with the things I don’t have or can’t do.

Diabetes Educators Make A Difference

Submitted by • July 31, 2017

joined a small group where I participated in diabetes education classes regularly, which helped bring everything I knew about diabetes together.

The Gentle Cesarean: More Like A Birth Than An Operation

Submitted by • July 22, 2017

There are many reasons women need cesareans. For me, after 17 hours of labor, my daughter’s heartbeat slowed down, which results in my emergency c-section.

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