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Real Women, Real Stories
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
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by Louis Van Amstel As a fitness professional, dancer and choreographer, I really believe in the power of physical activity when it comes to the body, mind and soul. Low-impact exercise, such as dance fitness for example, has benefits far beyond just weight loss. I have seen this firsthand with students who take my classes, as well as my own mother, who, unfortunately, has osteoarthritis (OA).
Midlife Matters
Monday, March 10, 2014
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authored by: Sheryl Kraft
I've had more colds the past few months then I've had for the last five years combined. And it seems that all around me, people are sneezing, coughing and blowing their (very red) noses. What gives? Just why are so many people sick? It's not that everyone is walking outside with wet hair or getting chilled. Those are old wives tales, after all.
Midlife Matters
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
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authored by: Sheryl Kraft
Reading some comments in response to last week's post about the attempts to develop a female equivalent to Viagra made me aware that although there are many women who are eagerly awaiting such a drug, there are many others who would not consider a drug to boost their libido.
Midlife Matters
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
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authored by: Sheryl Kraft
If you're a woman experiencing a diminishing libido, you might be waiting anxiously for what men have enjoyed since 1998: your own version of Viagra.For men, the little blue pill—Viagra (or other brands of erectile dysfunction medicine)—may be a familiar part of their medical arsenal, but for women, their own pink pill is still just a dream.
Wellness in Practice
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
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authored by: Marcia Mangum Cronin
The Obama administration recently announced new regulations that allow patients to get laboratory test results without going through their doctors first. These rules, effective Feb. 3, are part of an effort to give patients more control over their health care. They supersede state laws that forbid labs from releasing test results directly to patients.

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