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Depression, Hormones, and Women’s Health

Published October 19, 2018

Women’s hormones are complex, partly because they fluctuate so much during menstrual cycles, pregnancy, childbirth, and eventually menopause. Hormones like estrogen, progesterone, and cortisol affect the serotonin levels in the […]

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Maintaining Health and Youth: What Exercises You Should Be Doing

Published October 12, 2018

While there are multiple reasons to incorporate exercise into your daily routine—including health concerns—if you’re feeling particularly uninspired to get moving, recent research showing that certain forms of exercise may […]

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Research Offers a Different Take on the Health Effects of Coffee

Published September 14, 2018

Can you imagine going without your morning cup of coffee? According to the National Coffee Association’s 2017 online survey, roughly 62 percent of the more than 3,000 American adults sampled […]

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How Sleep Can Help Prevent Diabetes

Published September 4, 2018

If your healthcare provider has told you that you’re at risk of developing type 2 diabetes, it’s easy to feel guilty if you don’t always stick to a rigid diet […]

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Making Time for You in a Busy World

Published August 26, 2018

As a career woman, as a mom, or as both, it might be second nature to put your own personal needs on the backburner. In fact, you may have struggled […]

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Fun Ways to Stay Fit as a Family This Summer

Published August 16, 2018

There are some things that are just synonymous with summertime, such as ice cream, tan lines, and the vacation. After all, summer is often the time for families to relax […]

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Solving the Mystery of Autoimmune Diseases

Published July 26, 2018

It’s not always easy to find a triggering factor for autoimmune diseases, and in many cases, the cause remains a mystery. Now, however, research may have brought us closer to […]

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What’s Missing From Your Diet?

Published July 16, 2018

The word “diet” can take on many different connotations. Some people associate being on a diet with only losing weight; however, there are many more implications for overall health when […]

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Night Sweats: The Mystery Malady That Robs You of Sleep

Published June 25, 2018

Night sweats are often confused with the hot flashes some women experience during menopause. But they affect men as well as women, and their victims may be quite young as […]

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Hypogonadism: When Testosterone Is Out of Balance

Published June 18, 2018

Our hormones are responsible for so many different functions throughout the body, but we often don’t give them much thought until they are drastically out of balance. Many times, this […]

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October 19, 2018

Depression, Hormones, and Women’s Health

Women’s hormones are complex, partly because they fluctuate so much during menstrual cycles, pregnancy, childbirth, and eventually menopause. Hormones like estrogen, progesterone, and cortisol affect the serotonin levels in the […]

Read More

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