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The Illegal Ingredients in Your Dietary Supplements – Sumathi Reddy

Consumers are taking dietary supplements with illegal—and potentially harmful ingredients, a growing body of evidence shows. A new study published online in JAMA Internal Medicine this week found experimental stimulants in dietary supplements both before and after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued public warnings about the stimulants. The stimulants aren’t approved for human … Continue reading The Illegal Ingredients in Your Dietary Supplements – Sumathi Reddy

Therapy for Pregnant Women With Anxiety Offers Alternative to Medication – Andrea Petersen

“It was something to look forward to,” Ms. Bakker said, while her youngest child, five-month-old Winston, sat on her lap and clutched a fuzzy toy chick. The group is part of Dr. Green and her colleagues’ treatment program for perinatal anxiety at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. It is one of a small but growing number … Continue reading Therapy for Pregnant Women With Anxiety Offers Alternative to Medication – Andrea Petersen

Fit In My 40s You Could Do a Workout Using Only Your Body & Resistance Bands – The Guardian

The first thing you need for a home workout is a really tidy house. I’m not remotely house proud, but I can’t do even half a sit-up if I can see an empty yoghurt pot under the sofa (and I always can). So while, in theory, learning how to get fit under your own steam … Continue reading Fit In My 40s You Could Do a Workout Using Only Your Body & Resistance Bands – The Guardian

43% Of #MeToo Replacements Are Women. Is That Enough – Ruthie Ackerman

This week the New York Times reported that 43% of the powerful men brought down by #MeToo were replaced by women and the internet went wild. Of the 124 replacements for 201 positions, 54 were given to women and 70 to men. Seventy-seven jobs are still vacant. What at first seems surprising is that the … Continue reading 43% Of #MeToo Replacements Are Women. Is That Enough – Ruthie Ackerman

Five Last Minute Tips For First Time Marathoners Tackling The Auckland Marathon – Vera Alves

With thousands of people gearing up to run the iconic Auckland Marathon this Sunday, there'll be a lot of pasta-eating and nervous scrambling happening in Kiwi homes on Saturday night. You've done your training, now it's time to relax. Trust the hard work you've put into this over the last few months. Here are five … Continue reading Five Last Minute Tips For First Time Marathoners Tackling The Auckland Marathon – Vera Alves

Why Every Woman Should Get Her Hormones Checked in Her 20s – Lauren Valenti

Hormones are like music played in a beautiful but sometimes discordant symphony, explains New York City–based holistic ob-gyn Eden Fromberg, D.O., likening the different glands in the endocrine system that produce distinct hormones to an array of musicians that create unique sounds in an orchestra, with each having to listen to the other so to … Continue reading Why Every Woman Should Get Her Hormones Checked in Her 20s – Lauren Valenti

The Most Important Part of a Runner’s Body is Their Feet – Laura Hill

Feet tend to get a bad rap. Lots of people say they are the ugliest part of the body and avoid touching them. Others neglect them - letting toenails get ingrown, corns and calluses to develop and tinea to spread. Our feet are capable of handling hundreds of tons of force every day, and runners … Continue reading The Most Important Part of a Runner’s Body is Their Feet – Laura Hill

Women’s Health & Wellness – Art & Science Of Self-Care 300+ Piece PLR Pack

https://youtu.be/9hxuy8AowDk In this 300+ Pieces Of Content you will get 5 Questions To Assess Your Level Of Self-Care Mind-Body Exercises That Promote Your Wellness, 9 Steps To Create Life Balance For Inner Peace And Mental Calm, Ladies: What Is Stopping You From Taking Care Of Yourselves Relaxation: The Ultimate Relief For Your Hectic Life Women's … Continue reading Women’s Health & Wellness – Art & Science Of Self-Care 300+ Piece PLR Pack

There’s Something About Mary & Power of Positive Ageing – Warren Gamble

In the middle of the cafe, Mary Jaksch drops to the floor and starts doing press ups. Two middle-aged men look a bit startled over their flat whites. They would be more surprised if they knew her age or her exercise regime; they would be less surprised if they knew Mary. She was demonstrating the … Continue reading There’s Something About Mary & Power of Positive Ageing – Warren Gamble

Could a Pill Help Detect Breast Cancer – Emily Matchar

Women eventually face the yearly ritual of the mammogram, usually suggested from age 50 onwards. It’s not painful, though notoriously uncomfortable, as two plates flatten the breasts, pancake-like, to get the best possible picture. The radiologist then looks at x-ray images for opaque spots that can indicate tumors. Mammography has been used since the late … Continue reading Could a Pill Help Detect Breast Cancer – Emily Matchar

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