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by When it comes to breast health, it’s important to go far beyond what meets the eye. Breasts have 3 main parts: lobules, ducts, and connective tissue that can either be soft and fatty or dense and fibrous. If you have more fibrous tissue you may be diagnosed with dense breasts by your doctor, but what does that mean? The Ins And Outs Of Dense Breasts If you have dense breasts, don’t panic! This is actually...
by It’s that time of year again --- when the weather gets cooler, the leaves change, everything starts coming out with a pumpkin spice flavor, and everyone around you starts sniffling. Catching a cold or battling the flu is as much a part of Fall as Halloween decorations and tailgate parties. But it doesn’t have to be. “How?” you ask? Simple. Have sex!No, Seriously... The best way to fight a cold or the...
by We seem to be glued to our electronics. Where would we be without our computers and cell phones? Everywhere we look people are looking down at their phones. And many wonder why our kids are always wanting to be on our (or their own) phones, or on their tablets.Through all these electronic devices, social media has made a huge mark on society. With the ability to connect us to all the world’s information...
by Hurricane season is upon us, and whether you live in an at-risk area or not, it is important to always be prepared in an increasingly unpredictable climate. One of the biggest issues first responders run into during disasters is that people fail to plan. This can turn minor problems into major and potentially life threatening ones. Here are 3 things to have ready to keep your family safe. The Essentials...
by Do you frequently forget where you put your keys? Do you remember people’s faces but have a hard time remembering their names? Do you often walk into a room and forget why? Rejoice! It might make you smarter and more efficient!Most of us associate the ability to remember facts, names or details with intelligence. Remembering things can come in handy in school or in the workplace. However, researchers...
by While a diabetes diagnosis can come with a scary and long list of don’ts, it turns out that for women, tea and coffee should not be on that list. According to a new study, caffeine intake has surprising benefits for diabetic women.A Fine Cup Of Coffee The results of the research show something very surprising. Women with diabetes who enjoy one cup of caffeinated coffee a day are 51% less likely to...
by While both men and women can experience cancer of many varieties, it is said that on average, 1 in every 3 women will develop some form of the disease in their lifetime. It is important for all ladies to know what kinds of cancer they are especially at risk for, so that they may spot the signs if any arise in the future.Breast CancerWhile breast cancer can affect men as well, it typically occurs in...
by Do you struggle with foreplay in the bedroom? Perhaps you don’t even talk about it. After all, this wasn’t something you learned in sex ed class. It almost seems like it is something we should all just “know.” But, let’s be honest, most of us simply aren't born with mad skills in the bedroom. The truth is that countless men and women struggle with foreplay, often wondering precisely what they should...
by If you are unhappy with what you see when you look in the mirror, you are not alone! The health and fitness industry in the United States generates almost $26 billion a year, and you’re probably not the sole contributor to that number (if you are, we need to talk!). Every month, there seems to be a new activity (such as Crossfit, Jazzercise, Hot Yoga or Spinning) or diet (like Atkins, Paleo, or Ketogenic)...
by In case you hadn’t noticed, men have a pretty lackadaisical attitude toward their health—an attitude that contributes to the fact that they’re about 50% more likely than women to die of heart disease, 20% more likely to die of a stroke, and 15% more likely to die of cancer. And the situation is getting worse, with women outliving men by about 5 years.Sounds pretty grim, doesn’t it? Well, it doesn’t...
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