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2019 Health Resolutions For Women

If you’re looking for New Year’s health resolution ideas you can actually stick to, well, here are some that you can and should keep: 1. Make annual primary care appointments. A lot of women skip seeing their primary care doctor … Continue reading

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Holiday Season Health And Nutrition Tips For Women

Indulge Without Overindulging Relax – You won’t gain 10 pounds It’s a misconception that you’ll need to go up a pant size in January. The average person gains only about a pound during the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. … Continue reading

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Health Resolution Ideas For Women In 2018

Every year, women make health and wellness resolutions for the coming year. Unfortunately, they often have a tough time sticking to them. Sixty percent of gym memberships are out of use by mid-February, and it appears we aren’t making progress outside the … Continue reading

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Health Resolutions Every Woman Should Keep In 2017

Every year, women make health and wellness resolutions for the coming year. Unfortunately, they often have a tough time sticking to them. Sixty percent of gym memberships are out of use by mid-February, and it appears we aren’t making progress outside the … Continue reading

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Everything You Wanted To Know About Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises, also known as pelvic floor exercises or Kegels, are exercises that can be done to strengthen the muscles situated beneath the bladder, bowel and uterus. Performing pelvic floor exercises can benefit males and females alike and can be carried out at … Continue reading

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Clinical Trail Shows 300 Minutes A Week Of Exercise Will Cut Postmenopausal Breast Cancer Risk

  Doubling the amount of weekly moderate to vigorous aerobic exercise, to 300 minutes instead of 150 minutes a week, had a better effect on body fat in a trial of 400 inactive postmenopausal women. Reducing total fat and other … Continue reading

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