Heart Disease: What Women Don’t Know

Heart disease is the leading killer of women in the U.S. Read on to find out what else you need to know about this dangerous disease.

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It May Come as a Surprise, but Older Women Get HIV, Too

Thanks to modern treatments, HIV is no longer a death sentence — when you can get the care that's out there

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When Grandma Has HIV

With advances in HIV treatment increasing life expectancy, more healthcare providers are examining the effects of HIV on senior health

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Esto podría sorprenderle, pero mujeres de mayor edad también pueden contraer el VIH

Gracias a los tratamientos modernos, el VIH ya no es una sentencia de muerte, si obtiene acceso a los tratamientos existentes

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Clinically Speaking: Questions to Ask Your Healthcare Provider About Preterm Birth

1 baby in 10 is born too soon in the U.S. each year. Is your baby at risk?

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A Rare Blood Disorder, aTTP, Can Start With a Simple Symptom — But It Can Be Life-Threatening

It's important not to ignore the symptoms of this rare condition

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Coping With a Rare Blood Disorder

How an unexpected aTTP diagnosis taught me to live in the moment

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After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis, Strap In for a Roller-Coaster Ride of Emotions

Experts share how to cope with these intense and scary — but totally normal — feelings

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Hormones and Breast Cancer Risk: What’s the Connection?

How hormonal changes affect your breast cancer risk

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Fast Facts: What You Need to Know About Genetics and Breast Cancer Risk

Your genes can play a role in your risk for breast cancer. Here's what you need to know.

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Lo que debe saber sobre las vacunas para el regreso a clases

Aprenda que inmunizaciones necesita su niño antes de regresar a clases

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