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Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy: Estrogen Therapy After Oophorectomy To Reduce Ovarian Cancer Risk

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Ovarian cancer affects more women than anticipated, and ranks fifth in cancer death in women. According to the American Cancer Society, 21,290 women will receive a new diagnosis for ovarian cancer and 14,180 women will die from ovarian cancer in 2015. Those who are at risk of being diagnosed with ovarian cancer often undergo an oophorectomy, which is a surgical procedure that removes one or both ovaries. After an oophorectomy, estrogen levels will drop.…

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Type A People: How Your Personality Is Causing Your Back Pain, And 3 Easy Things You Can Do About It

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Do you consider yourself an impatient person? Are you quick to lose your temper, or competitive by nature? If so, you’ve got a type A personality, and it may be the cause of your lower back pain. Read on to learn more. What Makes A Person Type A? The term “type A personality” has been around since the 1950s. It was first dubbed by two well-known cardiologists who conducted a study on norepinephrine (the hormone that stimulates your fight or flight response) levels.…

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Working Out For Two: When You Might Be Discouraged From Exercising During Pregnancy

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Most pregnant women hear a series of recommendations from their obstetricians or midwives, including keeping up with routine exercise regimens. Although regular exercise is typically a good thing for pregnant women, there are some instances where you might be told that taking it easy is safer. Here’s a look at some of the most common reasons to be cautious about your exercise plan during pregnancy. Preterm Labor Symptoms or History…

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