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How to Not Let Light Bladder Leakage Hold You Back

Share on: It’s something no one really wants to speak about. But it’s happening to a lot of us. Often out of embarrassment, women frequently suffer in silence, keeping it a secret that they leak urine. Because incontinence is rarely discussed in the media and countless victims refrain from opening up to friends, many women…

Do You Experience Chronic Pain?

Share on: HealthyWomen is studying how chronic pain impacts women’s lives. Please take a moment to share your experience with us. Results will be gathered anonymously and shared with researchers, clinicians and patients at HealthyWomen’s Chronic Pain Summit at the Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City, MD. Click here to learn more about the summit.

How Do You Feel About Your Weight?

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Why You Should Be Eating More Melon

Share on: TUESDAY, May 21, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- If you're looking for a tasty way to hydrate in warm weather, a juicy melon is the ticket. Melons are low-calorie, high-water content foods that also provide high doses of certain vitamins, minerals and important phyto-nutrients. READ: Best Fruits for Weight Loss Nutrients in Powerhouse MelonsCantaloupe:…

Measles Outbreak: What You Need to Know Now

Share on: You've read the headlines and you can't believe it. Could measles really be coming back? Most people have been vaccinated and are immune to measles, which means that they can be exposed to someone with an active, contagious measles infection and not get it.   Measles is a virus and can be spread…

Woman sheds 6 STONE by using CBT and joining a slimmers club 

A woman who tipped scales at almost double the weight of her wedding day, has shed her excess pounds by combining CBT with a popular weightloss plan. Mother-of-one Diana Mais, 56, from Sutton Coldfield has shed six stone after becoming 'sick' of how she looked, and struggling with knee pain and other weight-related health problems.  The relationship…

Medical Reasons Why You’re Cranky

Share on: A bad day at work. A poor grade on an exam. A fender bender. Yes, bad moods can happen for many reasons and happen to all of us. But your crankiness may have nothing to do with what's going on in your life. Certain physical, mental and emotional issues may be associated with your…

The Rise and Fall of Baby Aspirin

Share on: The Amazing Story of AspirinAspirin has a long history of fame dating back to its discovery from willow bark in the days of the ancient Egyptians. Hippocrates, the Greek physician, later considered it a miracle drug to treat pain from inflammation and fever. People didn't need research studies or clinical trials to tell them…

Alabama abortion ban expected to impact LGBT community

A new law in Alabama that will ban abortion in almost all circumstances is likely to impact on the state’s LGBT+ community, activist organisations are warning. The ban was passed yesterday in the state Senate, with 25 white male Republicans voting in favour. Just six members of the house voted against.  Under the law,…

5 Tips and Tricks for Keeping the Weight Off for Good

Share on: Each year, an estimated 45 million people will go on a diet, spending nearly $33 billion on weight-loss products. And yet, the disturbing trend remains: Nearly two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese. Research demonstrates that only about 10 percent to 20 percent are able to maintain a weight loss of about 5…

Tackling loneliness and isolation can help older LGBT people’s health

Older LGBT+ people are consistently more likely to receive less than optimum healthcare, and they have more anxiety about relying on services due to the discrimination they may be subjected to, the first-ever PinkNews Ageing Summit has heard. A healthcare-themed panel addressed the question of why mental health is worse in the LGBT+ community and…

Older LGBT people need specialist healthcare, British Medical Association president says

How do we ensure that the person at the centre of the clinical encounter gets the best possible care? That is the question that Dinesh Bhugra, president of the British Medical Association, posed to policy-makers in his keynote speech at the first-ever PinkNews Ageing Summit in London on Tuesday (May 14).  Looking after LGBT+…

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