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Women and Vision- 5 Eye Conditions that Crop Up with Age

Written by Aaron Barriga – Guest Contributor As we age, numerous changes happen to our eye structure – reduced pupil size, dryness etc.-that deteriorate the eye health. Studies have revealed that age related eye conditions and disorders are more common ...

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Dear Red Hot Mamas- February 2019

“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams” –       Dr. Seuss Dear Red Hot Mamas, Well, it’s February and that is the most romantic of all the months of the year. ...

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How Peri or Post Menopausal Phase Affects Your Oral Health

Written by Albin Davis -Guest Contributor The term “Menopause” has been derived from the Greek word, which means month and cessation. Scientifically, menopause is a physiological phenomenon in woman’s body that corresponds to the end of menstrual cycle and the ...

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Preparing For The Health Implications of Aging

Written by Brooke Faulkner- Guest Contributor As the Red Hot Mamas community is aware, the older you get, the more changes your body goes through. While menopause is primarily the focus of this website, the changes don’t stop there. An ...

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Powerful Behaviours For Growth Mindset Success

Written by Joel Syder -Guest Contributor A growth mindset is one of the most rapidly developing states of mind in the modern-era. Whilst the concept and perspective have existed for centuries; it’s not until recently that more and more people ...

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Motherhood After Forty: Stories From Wise Mamas

Written by Brooke Faulkner- Guest Contributor There is no perfect time to enter motherhood. Life’s circumstances can dictate when it is possible to have children, whether it concerns finding the right partner, securing a stable financial foundation, or making time ...

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The Forced Rest of Surgical Menopause

Written by Lori Ann King- Guest Contributor Surgery did one thing for sure: It took me down. I was forced to rest, which was a good thing. Good, but not always easy for a type A personality like me. I ...

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