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Infertility Promoted By Monsanto

Posted on May 29, 2017

A long and infamous history of manufacturing chemicals as DDT, Agent Orange, Aspartame, Roundup and dioxin, has been attributed to Monsanto.  Monsanto is primarily a purveyor of toxins and not life.  They began forging a unique and financially advantageous relationship with the U.S. government, beginning with the company’s involvement in the Manhattan Project that produced […]

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Fashion that hurt

Posted on April 26, 2017

Wow! Those sexy shoes are great, but the pain isn’t. Be sure to try on those shoes before buying and do it in the afternoon when your feet tend to swell. Too tight straps will cut into your ankle and you’ll end up with small blisters. Who wants to wear Band-Aids that everyone can look […]

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Hey, Lady: Here’s a Makeover for a Better You

Hey, Lady: Here’s a Makeover for a Better You

Posted on January 23, 2017

Don’t you find it fascinating how some women are able to balance all their responsibilities without having to compromise an aspect of their lives? They’re superwomen who slay in boardrooms and still have fun with their children when they get home from work. They attend both high-level and PTA meetings, and are still present in […]

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Women’s Hair And Health

Posted on September 12, 2016

What does your hair and scalp say about your health?  Medications and some conditions might affect your body as well as your hair.  Dandruff isn’t contagious, just looks bad and is bothersome.  Some doctors aren’t sure what causes it but it may be due to an overgrowth of a fungus or some other risk factors […]

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Hair Loss Got You Worried?

Posted on July 2, 2016

Its not just men who worry about hair loss. It seems that I hear more and more women mentioning they are concerned because they have began to lose hair volume. There are many reasons that you might have hair loss. Even improper hair care. Diseases can also result in hair loss and the most common […]

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Health Risks Lurking at the Nail Salon

Posted on June 25, 2016

Products like nail polishes, glues and other products used in nail salons may contain chemicals like toluene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate and methacrylate compounds. You must use safety precautions as these chemicals can cause breathing problems for the worker and sometimes the customer. You might enjoy the pampering and relaxation of having a manicure or acrylic […]

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Diet Do’s and Dont’s for Pregnant Women

Posted on April 15, 2016

Pregnancy is one of the highlights a woman will go through in her life. Knowing that another life is growing inside your belly and that this child you are bearing is solely dependent on everything that you do-and yes, everything you eat as well, can change your perspective on how you live your life. Taking […]

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Five Health Concerns for Women

Posted on March 23, 2016

Men and women are alike in so many ways, but there are traits, experiences, and issues that are unique to women especially when it comes to health. Here are five health concerns among women and ways to address them.   1. Heart Disease Heart disease accounts for 29% of death among women. However, their main […]

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February is Prenatal Infection Prevention Month

Posted on February 8, 2016

February is Prenatal Infection Prevention Month and pregnant moms around the nation can take this time to take extra precautions necessary for the prevention of prenatal infections. Already facing emotions in a see-saw, pregnant moms also fret about kicks and twinges they feel as well as the sometimes on-going battle for food cravings. As a […]

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Top 5 Benefits of Breast Feeding

Posted on August 17, 2015

  For infants, breast milk is acknowledged widely as the most complete infant nutrition form. It has an array of benefits for the development, immunity, growth and health of infants.  No other food is able to replace breast milk and this includes store bought formula for infants. Even if there is a possibility of accumulated […]

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Dr. Fredda Branyon