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Your World at Home
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
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authored by: Marcia Mangum Cronin
Do you have frequent headaches, so severe that they interfere with your work, school or other activities?1 Do you often take medications for your headaches?If so, you may have chronic migraine and should talk to a specialist about your symptoms. Chronic migraine is a medical condition defined by 15 headache days per month, with each headache lasting four hours or more, and at least eight of those headache days being associated with migraine.2
Midlife Matters
Friday, May 29, 2015
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authored by: Judy Freedman
I'm gearing up for summer. Bright sunshine is a welcome relief after the cold and snowy winter. My boots are packed away and now it's time for swimsuits and shorts.
Real Women, Real Stories
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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by Rachelle Crow I'm living proof that autoimmune and rheumatic diseases can affect people of any age. I was only 19 years old and in college when I asked my doctor about my painful joints. During those early visits, I received a confusing diagnosis of osteoarthritis, something typically associated with older adults. Wasn't I too young for osteoarthritis?
Wellness in Practice
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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Nationally, there is an important dialogue taking place regarding female sexual dysfunction (FSD) and whether it is a legitimate medical condition that requires treatment. HealthyWomen, based on the data that is currently available, believes that FSDs are real disorders that affect millions of women in the United States. 
Midlife Matters
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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authored by: Sheryl Kraft
Each year, about 300,000 people in the United States will catch Lyme disease. Here's how to not be one of them. Ticks may be tiny, but don't let their diminutive stature fool you: they can prove to be powerful foes. Although most tick bites aren't harmful, disease does lurk within these insects, scientifically classified as Arachnida, a group that also includes spiders.

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