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Menopause is the phase of a woman’s life, typically between the ages of 40 and 55, when ovulation and fertility come to an end. The World Health Organization defines menopause as 12 consecutive months without menstruation and the absence of ...Read More
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), heart disease is the number one cause of death globally and more people die annually from cardiovascular diseases than from any other cause (1). The Heart & Stroke Foundation identifies heart disease and ...Read More
It’s a bacterial infection that primarily affects women and its symptoms are the very definition of discomfort: Painful and burning urination Frequent and often urgent need to urinate Blood in urine Lower abdominal pain or cramps Chills Odorous or cloudy ...Read More
When you think about probiotics, do your thoughts meander to your digestive tract? It makes sense: your intestines offer up about 250 square metres of living space for bacteria to call home. But your ability to host bacteria extends far ...Read More
Menopause is the phase of a woman’s life, typically between the ages of 40 and 55, when ovulation and fertility come to an end. The World Health Organization defines menopause as 12 consecutive months without menstruation and the absence of ...Read More
Not feeling like yourself lately? Are you feeling: Fatigue? Mood swings? Poor memory/concentration? Low sex drive? Vaginal/skin dryness? Hair loss? Brittle nails? Weight gain Joint pain? Stress/Anxiety? Hot flashes? Night sweats? It could be perimenopause, the transition period before menopause ...Read More
We know there are things we can do to have a healthier pregnancy and set up our kids for success. And we want to do them all! But minimizing our stress level is just as important. Learning how to do ...Read More
Iron deficiency is a common health problem and can have a significant impact on quality of life. It develops as the body’s iron reserves become depleted and less able to supply its cells with iron. Causes include: Low dietary intake ...Read More
It may not be pleasant discussing issues “down there”, but it’s better than suffering in silence when you’re dealing with the painful burning feeling of a urinary tract infection, bacterial vaginosis or the crazy itchiness of a yeast infection. What ...Read More
While some women float through the menopausal years relatively carefree, with little in the way of hormonal disruptions, others find it very challenging and in some cases debilitating. That’s why managing menopause is one of the most important issues for ...Read More
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