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  • Exploring Stress Management Options  By : James Pendergraft
    Managing your stress effectively make take on many different forms. While there are women who choose expensive and more complicated ways to help deal with stress, there are others who employ simpler and less costly means that are no less effective. It just takes commitment and willingness to be able to get rid of stress in the best possible ways available.
  • Examining the Symptoms of Menopause  By : James Pendergraft
    Women may know that menopause is a normal and inevitable part of their lives. However, they may lack some knowledge as to the changes that could happen to their bodies during this stage in their life.
  • A Complete Guide for Women Considering Hysterectomy  By : James Pendergraft
    Have you been told by your doctor that you need to undergo a hysterectomy? If so, then you should know as much as possible about the facts behind hysterectomy and its possible alternatives before deciding to go through with the procedure.
  • A Serious Look into Uterine Artery Embolization  By : James Pendergraft
    A uterine artery embolization or UAE is known to be an alternative to surgical procedures that could correct uterine fibroids. There are three main kinds of uterine fibroids and these are the subserosal, intramural, and submucous. If you have any of these three kinds of fibroids, the options for treatment might be limited. However, these are also dependent on whether there are organs affected by the fibroids and the symptoms you are experiencing.
  • All About Perimenopause  By : James Pendergraft
    Are you experiencing mood swings, hot flashes, and loss of sexual desire that are affecting your personal life? Do you feel uncertain about what you might be going through?
  • Women and Hypertension  By : James Pendergraft
    Most people commonly associate hypertension with men. It is as if women could not develop the disease. It is because most information on hypertension center around excessive drinking, smoking, and sedentary lifestyle as the primary causes of developing hypertension. It is scarcely believable to think of women having the same lifestyle portrayed on men who are victims of hypertension.
  • Ways to Cope Up with Urinary Incontinence in Women  By : James Pendergraft
    Urinary incontinence refers to a condition when a person has great difficulty holding oneís urine from flowing out. As such, the condition entails an involuntary leakage of urine. Because of this condition, a person feels embarrassment and it has a profound impact on oneís lifestyle as well as on oneís personality.
  • Understanding Interstitial Cystitis  By : James Pendergraft
    Interstitial cystitis is a disease among women that is also commonly known as painful bladder syndrome. It refers to a disease in the urinary bladder whose cause may remain unknown. The disease is characterized by pain during urination, urinary frequency as often as every 10 minutes, and pressure in the bladder or in the pelvis.
  • Testing and Treatment for UTI in Women  By : James Pendergraft
    Urinary tract infection or UTI is one of the most common infections that affect women. In the course of her lifetime, a woman may encounter more than one case of urinary tract infection. Despite repeated warnings from health experts that urinary tract infections by themselves are not something women should be concerned about, the infection can cause a great deal of pain, which becomes very annoying and will get in the way of her activities.
  • Taking Blood Pressure Readings: Understanding the Vital Signs  By : James Pendergraft
    A womanís blood pressure is one of her most reliable clues in determining if her cardiovascular system is in good condition. Blood pressure is monitored with the aid of an instrument called sphygmomanometer, which measures the pressure or force per unit area exerted by circulating blood on the walls of blood vessels.
  • Preventing Heart Diseases in Women: The Natural Way  By : James Pendergraft
    It is a sad reality that most women consider death from heart diseases as second only to breast cancer as the main cause of death. While it cannot be denied that breast cancer is also a top killer in women, it is wrong to think that heart diseases do not affect women that much. This erroneous thinking largely results from belief that heart diseases are more likely to strike men than women. At present, men are by far still the more numerous victims of heart diseasesóbut women are catching up.
  • Knowing the Symptoms of Heart Attack and Stroke in Women  By : James Pendergraft
    Heart attack is one of the leading causes of death in the world. It occurs when there is an interruption of the blood supply to a part of the heart which causes some heart cells to die. The interruption in the supply of blood is most commonly due to a blockage in any of the heart arteries.
  • Help for Female Bladder Problems  By : James Pendergraft
    A woman who has bladder problems may find her life adversely affected. This is because any problem with the bladder can make it difficult to engage in daily activities. One common bladder problem is urinary incontinence wherein a woman is unable to hold her urine from leaking. As a result, a woman feels alone and thinks that her condition is may be hopeless.
  • Healthy Eating for a Womanís Heart  By : James Pendergraft
    If the adage that the best way for a woman to a manís heart is through his stomach, then it must imply that a woman has to be good at cooking. Being good at cooking does not mean being able to prepare delicious foods only; it also must take into consideration health factors such as nutrition and what it can do to a personís health.
  • Cardiovascular Diseases: What Every Woman Should Know  By : James Pendergraft
    Cardiovascular diseases are by far the leading cause of death for women in most parts of the world. The reason why this ailment has become one of the leading killers in women is because of changes in their lifestyle, diet, and other factors.
  • A New Understanding of Heart Disease in Women  By : James Pendergraft
    It is the new theme of the times that women today are as prone to heart disease as men. This is a far cry from the mainstream belief a couple of decades ago when only men were susceptible to heart diseases. Furthermore, such belief emphasized that as long as women keep themselves fit, they are likely to avoid heart disease. This belief is very much true because a major reason for the susceptibility of women today is due to changes in lifestyle and diet.
  • A Look into Female Urinary Tract Infections  By : James Pendergraft
    As dreadful as it seems, urinary tract infections or UTI is common in both males and females, although it is the women who experience the greatest discomfort. Urinary tract infection refers to disorders affecting the urinary tract. It may be caused by bacterial infection due to poor hygiene, or as a result of sexual intercourse.
  • A Guide to Pelvic Health in Women  By : James Pendergraft
    A womanís pelvic area is the region where her reproductive organs are located. This is not to say that a woman will not be complete if her pelvic health hangs in the balance. This indicates that when something is wrong with her pelvic area, her ability to conceive, as well as all other functions where the pelvic region is involved, may be affected.
  • Surrogacy - A Biological Miracle To Attain Parenthood!  By : James K. Johnson
    Surrogacy is one such biological process which helps childless couple achieve parenthood without many hassles.
  • Surrogacy Overseas - Surrogacy Treatment At Lower Cost!  By : James K. Johnson
    Finding a surrogate mother at cost lower than what you incur in your own country has become a newest trend. Surrogacy overseas brings in happiness of becoming a parent without drudging yourself into knee deep expenses.
  • Some Generic Comments On Pregnancy  By : Kevin Phillips
    Pregnancy mostly lasts 40 weeks, beginning from the first day of the woman's last menstrual period, and is separated into three trimesters, each one lasting three months.
  • IVF Procedure: What You Didnít Know About IVF  By : James K. Johnson
    It is common knowledge that the main objective of IVF procedure is to achieve fusing of the egg and the sperm outside the womb via artificial means. Once the fused egg has reached to the 6-8 level of cell development, it is placed back in the motherís uterus.
  • Understanding the Thyroid Test  By : James Pendergraft
    The functioning and activities of the thyroid is one of the most influential processes in the human body. This is because the overproduction or underproduction of thyroid hormones can have adverse effects on the human body and its functioning. As such, it is important that a person undergo thyroid tests frequently and regularly to monitor the level of hormones secreted by the thyroid. Otherwise, the consequences on the health could be costly and fatal.
  • Rethinking Osteoporosis  By : James Pendergraft
    Osteoporosis is a disease that affects the bones due to atrophy and general weakness in the structure of bones. The condition is far more severe in women, although it may also affect men. People who experience it suffer from bodies collapsing from sheer weight due to the inability of the bones to support the body.
  • Menopause and Bone Loss  By : James Pendergraft
    Menopause is one of the most challenging episodes in the life of a woman. The stage brings with it certain bodily changes such as the cessation of a femaleís ability to conceive. Psychologically, menopause also poses quite a challenge for a woman as it will likely challenge preconceived views on her role that may cause great changes in mood and temperment as well as requiring greater effort to accept such changes as part of the natural process.
  • Lifestyle and Bone Health  By : James Pendergraft
    It is rare that women consider their bone health before the onset of any injuries or diseases to the bones. As such, once they take notice of their bone health, chances are that any disease they may have noticed is already advanced. That is why it is important for women to pay attention to their bone health starting when they are still young.
  • Key Nutrients for Healthy Bones in Women  By : James Pendergraft
    For women, eating should not be just a matter of course. It goes beyond that because of the unique health requirements of women. For better bone health, women should obtain foods not just for their taste, but also for the nutrients they contain to maintain good bone health.
  • Inflammatory Breast Cancer  By : James Pendergraft
    It is critical for women to make sure that they are always in good health. However, there are plenty of potential problems that lurk in the background that can victimize women anytime. One of the most dreaded diseases that is a threat to women is inflammatory breast cancer.
  • IVF: The Breakthrough in Medical Sciences  By : James K. Johnson
    IVF basically stands for In-Vitro Fertilization. The procedure of IVF basically involves collecting both eggs and sperms from the female and male parent respectively. Prior to this; the female parent is prescribed certain fertility drugs in a hope to revive her fertility tubes.
  • Hypothyroidism and Weight Gain  By : James Pendergraft
    Hypothyroidism is just one of the many diseases that may affect women. The situation is a cause for alarm because of the many complications that it brings. In any case, hypothyroidism may indicate that something may be seriously amiss with a womanís health. Because a womanís body may be subjected to various hormonal changes, hypothyroidism is more frequent in women than in men.

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