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  • Fetal Development Pictures: A First Look At Your Baby in the Womb  By : SWilson
    For the pregnant mother, nothing is more rewarding than seeing your baby grow inside your womb. Having images that capture a first look at your upcoming child is yet another way to reward yourself. The happy mother is the one who sees her child grow healthy and active.
  • The First Trimester of Pregnancy: A Time of Caution  By : SWilson
    The first trimester is the most critical moment of pregnancy since the mother should take all necessary precautions to ensure the safe growth and development of the baby. During this time your baby starts to develop critical body systems. To ensure their proper growth, pregnant mothers should know what foods to eat and what activities to avoid.
  • Looking Into the Second Trimester of Pregnancy  By : SWilson
    The fear and excitement experienced during the first trimester will be even more intense for the pregnant mother during the second trimester. Although the most critical time in the baby’s growth occurred in the first ten weeks, reaching the second trimester is filled with more developments that each mother is looking forward to.
  • Top 5 Pains Women Should Not Ignore  By : James Pendergraft
    There are many women who constantly experience aches and pains that they try to overlook because of being caught up with whatever they are doing or too busy to notice.
  • Reducing Stress of Your Day to Day Life  By : James Pendergraft
    Stress is a difficult term to define. We react differently to stress because we all react differently to stimuli and some people are just not affected by it. Stress can either be a physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes physical or mental tension and it can be a defining factor for the onset of a disease. Stress could also be the state of physical or mental tension that results from a series of factors that tend to alter an existent equilibrium.
  • Knowing the Signs of Post Partum Depression  By : James Pendergraft
    Post partum depression can occur after any delivery of pregnancy. This is also called peripartum depression. After the pregnancy, a woman experiences different hormonal changes in the body which can in turn trigger the symptoms of depression.
  • Knowing the Facts about Uterine Polyps  By : James Pendergraft
    Uterine polyps refer to the excessive growth of cells that are found on the inner wall of the uterus. This is commonly seen in the lining of the uterus or the endometrium layer, which is why it is sometimes referred to as endometrial polyps. Sizes range from a few millimeters to several centimeters. These cells are attached to the uterine wall by a large base or a thin stalk. A woman can have only one uterine polyp but the numbers can increase too.
  • Is Dieting Right for You?  By : James Pendergraft
    Dieting is the practice of ingesting food in a regulated fashion to achieve or maintain a controlled weight. In many cases, the ultimate goal of women who wants to go on a diet is to lose weight.
  • Herbal Remedies for Menopause  By : James Pendergraft
    Menopause is a condition in which the menstruation of a woman ceases for one year and ends her reproductive cycle. This is just a natural event in a woman’s life.
  • Helpful Stress Relievers for Women  By : James Pendergraft
    Stress is the reaction of our body to something that upsets the normal balance in our life. Women are easily stressed and all women have stress. A corporate woman can be stressed with her work. A busy mom is stressed sometimes with her kids and all the work that she has to do at home. When you feel stressed, you should find ways to reduce the tension and find time to relax for yourself. Reducing stress reduces your risk for all chronic diseases including heart disease, hypertension, diabetes.
  • Endometrial Polyp: A Closer Look into It  By : James Pendergraft
    Endometrial polyps are also called uterine polyps. These are small growths that grow very slowly in the lining of the uterus. They have a large flat base and they are attached to the uterus through an elongated pedicle. They can be round or oval in shape and they are usually red in color. Large ones appear to be a darker shade of red. A woman can have one or many endometrial polyps, and they sometimes protrude through the vagina causing cramps and discomfort.
  • Benefits of A Good Night’s Sleep  By : James Pendergraft
    Sleep is a luxury for busy people, but everybody loves sleep. Sleep contributes to the overall health and well-being of an individual. It rejuvenates the body, mind, and spirit. There are many benefits of eight hours of sleep each night. Body tissues are repaired at the cellular level, and this helps to reduce stress, pollution, and infection. Sleep also helps us learn new skills. Research done by the Harvard Medical School students concluded that REM sleep is essential for learning new things.
  • How To Lose 30 Pounds In 30 Days  By : James Pendergraft
    There are many reasons that people have to lose weight from cosmetic reasons, serious health problems, and reducing the incidence of complications prior to becoming pregnant. What I am able to explain to you I have been able to achieve and I want to be able to help as many of you as I possibly can. I am a OB/Gyn Physician and see many women struggling with weight. Obesity has reached epidemic proportion in the US over the past decade, and there is no end in sight.
  • Symptoms of Cervical Polyps  By : James Pendergraft
    A cervical polyp is a benign tumor that is found on the surface of the cervical canal. They can cause irregular menstrual bleeding, but more often they show no symptoms. The cause of this type of cancer is not fully understood by the experts. It may result from an infection or from a long term or chronic inflammation, an abnormal response to an increase in the estrogen levels, and in the congestion of blood vessels in the cervical canal.
  • Preventing Stretch Marks during Pregnancy  By : James Pendergraft
    Stretch marks are said to be related to hormonal changes that happens during puberty, pregnancy, and muscle building. Stretch marks are the off-color scarring on the skin that is caused by the tearing of the dermis. This can disappear eventually but not fully. The possibility of developing stretch marks increases among pregnant women. In fact, 75 to 90 percent of women will develop stretch marks during their pregnancy.
  • How to Treat Stretch Marks  By : James Pendergraft
    Stretch marks are theoretically small tears that form under the tissue that supports the skin. When they are overstretched, they will appear as purplish red streaks that look unsightly on the skin. Women with stretch marks are constantly seeking ways to eliminate the marks.
  • All about Benign Breast Cancer  By : James Pendergraft
    There are many causes of benign breast cancer. These are the changes in the breast tissue, any breast infection or injury, and any medicine that are taken that have caused the lumps or the breast pain. Changes in the tissues of a woman’s breasts occur with the fluctuating levels of estrogen and progesterone during the menstrual cycle.
  • The Third Trimester: Getting Closer to Your Journey’s End  By : SWilson
    Like any other ending, the third trimester is the final stage to a more exciting event in your life. With the remarkable developments in the last few weeks as pregnant mother, the third trimester is both an ending and a beginning – the end of the baby’s life inside your womb and the beginning of his journey outside as an individual.
  • Understanding How to Prepare Your Body for Pregnancy  By : SWilson
    Your body will be a sanctuary and home to a new spirit. You will need to make some changes in order to prepare it for the needs of a baby that will develop inside your body for nine months. Taking care of your body will help ensure the healthy growth of your baby.
  • A Holistic Approach on Cellulite Treatment  By : James Pendergraft
    For a woman, maintaining a healthy body goes beyond getting the proper nutrition and the right amount of food. It’s actually far more than that. Most women want to have a beautiful and sexy body to complete the projected feminine appeal.
  • A Simple Approach to Restless Leg Syndrome  By : James Pendergraft
    For a woman, there are a lot of possible ailments that one may contract due to the many forms of stress and tensions that they are exposed to. The most common of these are problems associated with the daily activities and they can hamper even the simplest of chores.
  • A Woman’s Guide to Digestive Health  By : James Pendergraft
    The digestive system is one of the most important systems in a woman’s body. This is because the digestive system is the one system that processes the proper nutrients as well ensuring good health. The importance of the digestive system in a woman’s body is highlighted by the fact that over time, a woman’s body is subject to various changes. Bodily changes such as menstruation, pregnancy, and menopausal may require a woman to take certain amounts of nutrients, especially in the case of pregnancy
  • Chronic Fatigue and Women  By : James Pendergraft
    Because a woman’s body can be subjected to various forms of stress such as those encountered during pregnancy, a lot of ailments affect women’s health. Moreover, physiological and bodily changes are also brought about by menstruation and menopause, both of which may result in bodily and psychological changes in a woman.
  • For Better Bone Health for Women  By : James Pendergraft
    Bone health in women is a pressing issue because women’s bones are by nature less dense than those of men. Moreover, certain nutrients may be deprived from a woman due to menstruation and physical ailments. This is why a woman must be careful as to the food she is consuming and her general state of health to make sure that her body is not deprived of vital nutrients critical to good bone health.
  • Getting to Know Systemic Yeast  By : James Pendergraft
    Systemic yeast is the common term used to refer to candidiasis. The term indicates yeast infection on the female genitalia. The infections pointed to by systemic yeast may be superficial in nature, which causes irritation, inflammation, and discomfort. On the other hand, the more serious nature of the infection could cause several symptoms and are potentially life-threatening.
  • Natural Solutions to PMS  By : James Pendergraft
    Understanding PMS

    PMS or premenstrual syndrome is a term that is used to refer to the collective disorder that a woman feels in relation to her menstrual cycle. These disorders may be physical, psychological, and emotional or a combination of them. Although women in general suffer from one or more disorder in relation to menstruation, the term qualifies that the disorder must be so severe so as to disrupt the regular patterns of life.
  • The Significance of Pelvic Exams for Women  By : James Pendergraft
    There are many aspects of women’s health, and if any of these is neglected, the results could pose dangerous risks. One aspect that should not be ignored is pelvic examination.
  • Understanding Osteoporosis in Women  By : James Pendergraft
    Osteoporosis is a bone disease that is prevalent in women after their menopausal period. It is characterized by a reduction in bone density and leads to an increase in the risk of having bone fracture. In osteoporosis, the mineral content in the bones as well as the structure of the bone itself is greatly altered, making the woman susceptible to bone injuries and their complications.
  • Understanding the Causes of Breast Cancer  By : James Pendergraft
    Breast cancer is one of the most dreaded diseases for women and is in fact the leading cause of cancer deaths among women. The figure of those who have died from breast cancer has reached half a million for 2008 alone. What is even more dreadful about breast cancer is that the disease usually indicates the presence of other serious ailments that further compound the situation.
  • What Is Premature Ovarian Failure?  By : James Pendergraft
    Premature ovarian failure is a condition affecting the reproductive system of women before they reach the age of 40. This means that both ovaries lose their function. Premature ovarian failure is known by various names such as premature menopause, primary ovarian failure, or primary ovarian insufficiency. In terms of percentage, the number of women affected by the disorder is small, although if translated to actual figures, the number exceeds hundreds of thousands.

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