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Finding Joy in 2018!

Contributed by Cynthia Niles As I get older, I am amazed at how quickly time and life seem to be going by.  Days have turned into months, months have turned into years, and years have turned into decades. As I ...

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The ‘Menopause Beer’ That Can Help You Sleep Better

Contributed by Rachel Pillow Picker- Guest Contributor We’re all aware of the importance of sleep, particularly as we age. During the progressive stages of menopause, even previous party animals and night owls tend to need more rest. Ironically, the body seems ...

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How to Survive the Holiday Season

Contributed by Cynthia Niles Am I the only one who feels a bit overwhelmed during the holiday season? The shopping, the eating, the cookie making, the endless parties and the decorations (which have taken over my house).  Do not get ...

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6 Warning Signs You Need to Change Your Diet

Contributed by Michael Morelli- Guest Contributor Having a healthy diet is not only intended for you to lose weight. Accordingly, weight gain is not the only indicator of a bad diet. Although there are quite a few effective and great weight ...

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Understanding Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis

Contributed by Healthywomen.org Our friends over at Healthywomen.org have recently launched a campaign that provides detailed information on Parkinson’s disease (PD) psychosis. PD, which is a neurodegenerative brain disorder that affects nearly 1 million people in the United States, can cause hallucinations and delusions. ...

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October 18, 2017 is World Menopause Day

The International Menopause Societies (IMS) 2017 World Menopause Day campaign is to raise awareness of midlife women’s health. This years campaign concentrates on perimenopausal bleeding and is complimentary to the overall theme of the 16th IMS World Congress in 2018, ...

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MenoPAUSE: Taking Time for Yourself

Contributed by Katie Uniacke- Guest Contributor Let’s be honest, it can often feel like us women get a pretty poor lot in life. From our adolescence, we have to do monthly battle with a period. Pregnancy, if we go through ...

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