Posts Tagged ‘women’

Stroke, Toxins, and Women

You may never think of stroke. You may not think you’re at risk, that it’s a problem that occurs in older people, like grandparents. Certainly, it’s not a health risk for you. Turns out that strokes are on the rise among millennials. According to the Centers for Disease Control, strokes among women ages eighteen to…

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Top Questions Women Ask About Aging

As women age, their hormones take off on a roller coaster, often exacerbating any signs of aging. Most aging women have one major complaint: thinning hair and skin problems such as sagging, wrinkling, and even breakouts. Why? The short answer is that hormones are often the culprit; bringing them back into balance will remedy these…

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The Melatonin Effect: Could Nighttime Light Cause Female Cancers?

the melatonin effect

Are you routinely awake at night with the lights on? Your health might be more at risk. For one, studies on almost two hundred thousand [1] night-shift workers showed increased risk of coronary heart disease among women. Other studies show correlations between night-shift work and higher rates of metabolic syndrome,[2] inflammation,[3] obesity,[4] and depression/anxiety.[5] Beyond…

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The 5 Best Kept Secrets for Women’s Health

The 5 Best Kept Techciques for Women’s Health

It’s no secret that we women are constantly seeking balance in our lives while juggling careers, homes, and families. As challenging as this is, it can be an even greater battle to keep our hormones, diets, and stress levels in balance. The negative effects of being out of balance can cause a variety of issues…

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