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How to Take Care of Your Breasts in Your 30s, 40s, 50s, and Beyond

As we age, our bodies are less capable of repairing genetic damage, which is why our breast cancer risk increases with age.

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This Important Area May Not Get Enough Attention in Your Self-Care Routine

In addition to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, October is also World Menopause Month. Oddly fitting, really, since – in North America at least – October is.

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5 Common Breast Issues That Aren’t Necessarily Breast Cancer Symptoms

If you’ve ever noticed a change in your breasts, like a breast lump or pain, it can be incredibly alarming, and you’re likely to have countless questions.

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What You Can Expect at Your First Mammogram

As women, we all know that we are supposed to get mammograms. Yearly mammograms are a necessity for women beginning at age 45, and sometimes sooner for.

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Love Your Labia

Labia (also known as vaginal lips) come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, and vary greatly from woman to woman. Get to know and love your labia,.

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Menopause on Trial: Pap Smears & Pelvic Exams

The “herstory” of recommendations for Pap smears and pelvic examinations involve a lot of different advisory groups and reflects both facts and factoids..

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Dr. Deb's Answers to Some of Your Menopause Questions

Thanks for all your comments and questions. I have taken the common questions and provided some short answers – based on scientific literature. 

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How to Beat Hot Flashes and Save Your Sex Life

If you didn’t know the harsh reality of what a hot flash is and what it does, the term can almost sound sexual. Of course, that couldn’t be further from.

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Reduce Sleeplessness During Menopause

Sleeplessness is one of the most frustrating parts of menopause. It makes us feel sluggish, less productive and can lead to consuming far too much.

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The 5 Best Anti-Aging Skincare Ingredients

Wrinkles, age spots, and dryness - oh my! When signs of age begin to appear on your skin, it can feel like a harsh wake-up call. But you’re definitely not.

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