When you get a group of women together, we’re likely to discuss, well, just about everything. Up to and including our jobs, our partners, health, kids, politics, our favorite lipstick, and what’s...
Menopause. For some women, it’s hardly a blip on their radar. Without too many symptoms, they simply stop getting their periods and go on with their lives. For other women, though, the...
Turn on the television. It doesn’t matter what you’re watching-the news, a sitcom, or a reality show-by the end of the evening, you’ll have seen it. A commercial for a little blue pill. Or a sunset with two people...
When you get a group of women together, we’re likely to discuss, well, just about everything. Up to and including our jobs, our partners, health, kids, politics, our favorite lipstick, and what’s for dinner. Curiously, what’s often still taboo...
No one likes going to the doctor, especially when something is wrong but you’re not sure exactly what. At least you have an idea of how it will go, though: make doctor’s appointment, see doctor, get diagnosis, treat problem....
Vasomotor symptoms. When doctors talk among themselves, that’s what they call them. But when women talk among ourselves, we don’t bother with such clinical, sterile terms. When these dreaded menopause symptoms strike, we call them exactly what they are:...
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