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Womens Health

February is Prenatal Infection Prevention Month

 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 […]

Top 5 Benefits of Breast Feeding

 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 […]

Things You Don’t Know About National Women and Girls HIV/Aids Awareness Day

 March 16, 2015

Things You Don’t Know About National Women and Girls HIV/Aids Awareness Day Are you aware of the National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day? Well now you are! Read on to learn more. We are all aware of the disease called HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) and AIDS(acquired immunodeficiency syndrome), and we are aware that every […]

Menstrual Cramps? How to deal with it the natural way

 February 9, 2015

Its the time of the month where girls have to pay attention to their monthly but not that friendly, visitor. Menstruation always comes with its best pal, menstrual cramps. Many women experience this with a throbbing pain in the lower abdomen.Majority of women experience the immense pain of these cramps during their growing or puberty […]

Infographic: The U.S. Maternal Health Care Crisis

 October 1, 2014

Infographic: The U.S. Maternal Health Care Crisis Take a look at this infographic and discover the maternal health care crisis that plagues the United States. Discover the startling statistics about pregnancy. Amnesty International, an international non-governmental organization that is known for its strong human rights advocacy, released this infographic regarding the maternal health crisis that […]

Making Your Feet Happy

 December 9, 2013

Making Your Feet Happy Your feet can be the most overlooked parts of your body despite the fact that they also do important function for you: They carry your weight every day. This can be because of their location. It is so often that you look down. It is only now that you realize that […]

How to Age Beautifully with Proper Exercise

 November 1, 2013

How to Age Beautifully with Proper Exercise Learn how you can age naturally and live a longer, healthier life with proper exercise. Discover the benefits of regular exercise that not many know about. They say there are only two things that are certain in this world, and those are death and taxes. While you don’t […]

Five Simple Ways to Prevent Osteoporosis

 October 16, 2013

Five Simple Ways to Prevent Osteoporosis Learn how you can lessen the chances of developing osteoporosis by following these five simple steps to have healthier, stronger bones in your body. Osteoporosis is not the first thing people worry about when they get old. In fact, there are a significant amount of women that have limited […]

What Your Hair and Scalp Can Tell You about Your Health

 October 9, 2013

What Your Hair and Scalp Can Tell You about Your Health Find out how a healthy hair and scalp is connected to your overall health and what signs you should look out for to determine the status of your health. Hair can be worn, cut, and styled in so many ways to reflect or complement […]

Do not leave your doctor’s office until… (part 3)

 May 3, 2013

Medical records are not created equal. Just as you, your records are unique to you and only you. Medical records are created when you receive treatment of any kind, whether it is a simple look at a mole to see if it’s ok, or if you received a dreaded diagnosis. It’s all in your records […]