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    Collection of articles and useful information on women's health issues including pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, menstruation, breast cancer, and sexual health
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    Headache drug may fight menstrual migraines
    British drug company said on Monday that a final-stage Phase III study showed that the headache drug Frova helped keep patients free from menstrual-related migraine.
    09-May-2006 - Details

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    Women with lung cancer may lack symptoms
    A significant proportion of women with newly diagnosed lung cancer had normal lung function tests, U.S. researchers reported Monday.
    09-May-2006 - Details

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    Packet offers women health hints
    National Women's Health Week (May 14-20) celebrates the extraordinary progress that has been made in treating diseases that affect women. Keeping healthy depends on women taking the time to learn more about ways to promote their physical and mental health.
    09-May-2006 - Details

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    Vitamin A drug may cut breast cancer risk
    London: A new Vitamin-A drug may reduce breast cancer in younger patients, finds a new study, though researchers say more research is needed before drawing any conclusions.
    08-May-2006 - Details

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    Gold on Top 10 list of things most likely to cause itchy skin
    Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., recently found that metals such as gold and nickel were among the Top 10 things most likely to cause allergic contact dermatitis. Also making the list were fragrances, a topical antibiotic and a cosmetics preservative.
    08-May-2006 - Details

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    Autogenic Therapy: The best form of self-help
    Prolonged youth, reduced stress and relief from pain without pills or potions? Sounds like another faddish health claim, until you try Autogenic Therapy...


    Autogenic Therapy... the name sounds slightly off-putting, doesn’t it? Like an obscure Manhattan health cult, or some shrill and drastic treatment involving cranking Victorian equipment
    17-Oct-2005 - Details

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    Unblemished truth about the skin
    The skin ‘decides’ many things, and is not just an appendage to keep out the elements. It has many important functions, and thus should be treated with the utmost care
    17-Oct-2005 - Details

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    Make the right choice
    WHEN considering cosmetic surgery, ask yourself what is it exactly that you want to achieve. The doctor or cosmetic surgeon will then consider your needs and suggest appropriate treatments.
    17-Oct-2005 - Details

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    10 ways to improve your health
    Good health is not a singular event. It's a lifestyle. But most people don't know how to begin taking care of themselves. Here, in no order of importance, are our 10 favorite ways to live a healthier life.
    03-May-2006 - Details

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    Women Need More Comprehensive Approach To Managing Depression
    While half of young women aged 20-29 felt they would "just get over" depression and relied heavily on support of friends and family, the vast majority of women aged 60-69 reported taking medication and not seeking support, according to a new national survey.
    06-May-2006 - Details

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    A light box can brighten your darker days — when used correctly
    For those most sensitive to weather change, the dimmer days of fall and winter often lead to a type of depression known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
    07-Nov-2005 - Details

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    Menopausal women turn to natural hormones
    As a 54-year-old psychotherapist, Laurie Forbes has had professional as well as personal experience in dealing with the effects of fluctuating hormones around menopause.
    07-Nov-2005 - Details

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    Women with Lung Cancer Appear to Have Longer Survival than Men
    All other things being equal, a new study suggests that women diagnosed with lung cancer will outlive a man diagnosed with the same disease by as long as a year.
    07-Nov-2005 - Details

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    Attractive women tend to have higher oestrogen levels
    Research with monkeys at the Tulane National Primate Research Center has shown three anti-viral agents in a vaginal gel protect against an HIV-like virus.
    07-Nov-2005 - Details

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    Women now turn to chemist for the morning after pill
    The number of women buying the morning after pill from chemists has nearly doubled in a year, official figures showed yesterday.
    07-Nov-2005 - Details

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    Medical-Spa Trends and Your Bottom Line
    When visualizing a medical facility, we tend to think of staff in crisp, white coats performing medical procedures in a sterile, clinical atmosphere. On the other hand, the mention of wellness and therapeutic treatments stirs up thoughts of receiving a pampering or even holistic experience while padding about in robes and sandals, breathing in wonderful aromas and sipping teas. Marry the two visions and a hybrid evolves—a medical spa that offers both types of services under one roof.
    08-Nov-2005 - Details

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    Vitamins C, E May Not Cut Preeclampsia
    A new study questions the usefulness of taking vitamin C and vitamin E supplements to prevent preeclampsiapreeclampsia, a form of high blood pressurehigh blood pressure, in healthy pregnant women.
    06-May-2006 - Details

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    Breastfeeding More Than Three Months Helps Prevent Obesity In Kids
    Breastfeeding longer than three months can cut a child's risk of later becoming overweight or obese by more than 40 percent, if the child was born to an overweight mother diagnosed with diabetes during her pregnancy, according to a study published in the May issue of Diabetes Care.
    06-May-2006 - Details

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    Vitamin A-like Drug Cuts The Risk Of Second Breast Cancers In Young Women
    15-year follow-up of women in a breast cancer trial has found that fenretinide[1] --- a drug related to vitamin A --- significantly cuts the risk of a second breast cancer among younger patients.
    06-May-2006 - Details

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    Reducing barriers to exercise can save women s lives
    A recent study in the Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners explores the difficulties faced by women in developing a healthy lifestyle to avoid coronary heart disease
    12-Nov-2005 - Details

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