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Women's Health articles focus on specific health needs for women. Find information on health and wellness issues specifically targeted to women.

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Health Issues for Women Ages 40 to 55

For many women ages 40 to 55, hormonal changes can make midlife less than 'prime time.' Learn about menopause and other health issues for women ages 40 to 55.

Health Issues for Women Ages 55 And Older

Women face unique health issues beginning at age 50 and throughout the rest of their lives. Learn about health issues for women ages 50 and older.

Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises are the first line of treatment for urinary stress incontinence. Learn how to perform Kegel exercises to strengthen urinary muscles.

Kvetching for Better Health

Kvetching, Yiddish for complaining, may be more helpful than we thought. Find out how kvetching could be good for your health and learn how to complain and feel good about it.

Our Mothers, Ourselves: Mother-Daughter Relationships

Mother-daughter bonding can start at an early age. Learn how mother-daughter relationships form and how you can improve yours.

Movies for You and Mom

Sharing books and movies give mothers and daughters a great opportunity to bond. Get suggestions for great mother-daughter books and movies to help you improve your relationship.

Questions to Ask About Hysterectomy and Fibroids

If you suffer with fibroids, here are the questions you should ask yourself before deciding on your course of treatment. Learn what questions to ask about hysterectomy and fibroids.

Questions to Ask About Women's General Health

Every woman needs to be aware of how to care for her body and prevent health issues. Learn what questions to ask about women's general health so you're prepared to discuss this important health issue with your health care professional.

Screening Guidelines for Women of All Ages

Periodic health screenings can help you and your health care professional identify health problems early, when treatment may be most successful. Learn about screening guidelines for women of all ages.

Self-Discovery Through Journaling

Keeping a journal is a great way to explore your deepest thoughts and feeling. Learn about self-discovery through journaling.

Shopping As Therapy: Good Health Comes In Small Packages

It's not just an unhealthy pastime -- shopping can double as therapy. Learn what research shows about shopping as a therapeutic activity.

Women and Smoking: Health Facts and Consequences

Smoking-related diseases kill more than 140,000 some American women annually. Learn about health facts and the consequences of smoking to help motivate you to quit.

Solutions for Seven Symptoms of Perimenopause

There are effective 'do-it-yourself' alternatives to conventional-hormone formulations for easing the physical and emotional symptoms of perimenopause. Learn solutions for seven symptoms of perimenopause.

Testosterone: A Major Breakthrough for Menopausal Women

Testosterone is the most celebrated, feared and misunderstood of all hormones. Learn about major scientific breakthroughs in researching the uses and functions of testosterone.

Calcium: The "Miracle" Mineral

New evidence points to the elevated role of calcium in preventing disease. Learn how calcium can benefit health and find out whether you're getting enough of this miracle mineral in your daily diet.

Women and Pain: What a Pain!

Women experience pain in ways that no man can. Learn how women are affected by pain and find out what methods of treatment are most effective.

Women and the Risk of HIV

Many women do not know that they are at risk for HIV and AIDS, but AIDS is the leading cause of death in African American women. Learn about women and the risk of HIV.

Women: Know Your Risk Factors for Heart Disease

Heart disease is the number one killer of women. Learn about the risk factors for heart disease and learn how to detect heart disease.

Women's Brains Harder Hit by Alcohol

Alcohol takes a greater toll on the bodies and brains of hard-drinking women than their male counterparts. Learn why women's brains are harder hit by alcohol and what health consequences alcohol can have.

Women's General Health Facts to Know

When managing your health, you should be aware of all the risks and benefits of treatments. Learn women's general health facts to know to ensure that you're taking care of your body.

Women's General Health Q & A

Make sure you're taking care of your health to the best of your ability by knowing about women's health care and conditions. Learn the answers to women's general health questions.

Your Good Health Starts With You

Take steps to reduce your risk of disease and talk to your health care professional about your health concerns. Learn how your good health starts with you and become a partner in your medical care.

Alternatives to Hormone Replacement Therapy

Doctors often prescribe hormone replacement therapy to menopausal women, but there are risks to go along with the benefits. Learn about alternatives to hormone replacement therapy to explore your options.

Women: You Have Alternatives to Hysterectomy

Breakthroughs in modern medicine can provide a hysterectomy alternative if you don't want to undergo a hysterectomy. Learn about alternatives to hysterectomy to explore your options.

Are You In Menopause?

About fifteen percent of menopausal women experience no symptoms. Learn how to tell if you're in menopause, even if you're one of those lucky few.

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