Tag Archives: womens health

Make a Healthy Fresh Start in the New Year

Written by Karen Giblin “The important thing is not to stop questioning.” – Albert Einstein Dear Red Hot Mamas, Happy New Year. At the start of a new year it is important that you take steps to make sure you get ...

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Diabetes Prevention is Not Just Food; It’s a Lifestyle

Written By Jolina Andrea D. Santos, M.D.- Guest Contributor Lifestyle Changes Brought by the Pandemic The start of 2020 was life-changing and disruptive, resulting in adverse social and economic consequences. With the imposition of quarantine regulations due to the global ...

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Gaining and Maintaining Muscle Strength as We Age

Written By Ainsley Lawrence- Guest Contributor As we age, our bodies naturally become weaker. That isn’t something everyone likes to hear, but it’s true. It also doesn’t mean you have to fall victim to the “senior stereotypes” of sitting around ...

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How to Take Care of Your Vision During Menopause

Written by Dr. Aaron Winstead- Guest Contributor Menopause impacts a woman’s entire body, including the eyes. Yet, with all the other changes occurring, the eyes often go unchecked until major issues arise. April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month ...

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Projects to Take on During Retirement

Written By Ainsley Lawrence- Guest Contributor For the majority of our working career, we fantasize about the day we’ll retire and all the things we’ll finally have a chance to do. However, oftentimes, once finally crossing over that long-awaited finish ...

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How to Lose Weight During Menopause

Written By Alison Pearson-Guest Contributor Weight gain is a common occurrence during perimenopause and menopause, and many women have a difficult time losing weight or maintaining it. The metabolism slows down over time, and muscles lose their tone as well ...

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Read My Other Lips

Written By Gerianne DiPiano-Guest Contributor Perhaps you remember the “Sex in the City” episode where Charlotte believes she has a depressed vagina. While our vaginas are not depressed, vaginal pain, itching, and burning may take a toll on all aspects of ...

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5 Tips to Achieve Your New Year’s Health Goals

Written by Rachel Burns-Guest Contributor This year has been challenging, and we believe that we are not making a mistake by saying that we are more than happy to see it come to an end. Fortunately, the winter holidays are ...

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