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The month of March is marked as a time to foster greater awareness about colorectal cancer.

Colorectal Cancer: Greater Awareness in Month of March Colorectal Cancer: Fostering Greater Awareness in Month of March
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Women are familiar with menopause. It is that time in their life, usually between the mid-forties to mid-fifties where things start to change, periods become erratic and hot flashes ensue.

5 surprising things you never knew about menopause Surprise! 5 Things Nobody Told You About Menopause
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Hot flashes are a common problem for women as they move through menopause.

how to get rid of hot flashes once and for all Get Rid of Hot Flashes Once and for All
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In December, 2013 the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA), partnering with Genzyme, a Sanofi company, held a nationwide search through their Why I Swim campaign.

Iris and Mary share inspiring stories for Why I Swim for MS Swim for MS Campaign: Mary and Iris Share Inspiring Stories
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The number of new melanoma cases, the most serious form of skin cancer, have been increasing each year for the last 30 years, to include more young people from 15-29 years of age.

researching cancer that 'creeps along blood vessels like spiders' Taking on Cancer that 'Creeps Along Blood Vessels like Spiders'
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Everyone who has ever watched their child kick and scream at seemingly the smallest things has probably felt at some point like a complete failure as a parent.

U. of  Minnesota prof says temper tantrums are normal Temper Tantrums Normal says University of Minnesota Psychologist
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A new headband device called Cefaly has been approved by the FDA for the prevention and treatment of migraines.

headband is new migraine treatment New Headband Treats Migraines
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These days more and more woman are working until their pregnancy due date. I remember having one boss who was flying until the end of her second trimester.

air travel safety during pregnancy Safe Air Travel During Pregnancy
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Since March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, the CDC wants to raise awareness in the United States concerning traumatic brain injury, also known as TBI.

Get the Facts for Brain Injury Awareness Month in March March is Brain Injury Awareness Month: Get the Facts
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Earlier today, EmpowHER was featured on the Today Show.

EmpowHER Featured on "The Today Show"
EmpowHER Featured on "The Today Show"
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Despite efforts to prevent the abuse of prescription medications, drug use is still considered an epidemic by many.

prescription drug abuse persists Prescription Drug Abuse Problem Persists
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A new vaginal gel has the potential to protect women from HIV.

HIV protection for women -- is it possible? Is HIV Protection Possible for Women?
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Anyone who has had a urinary tract infection (UTI) can tell you there is plenty of pain involved.

adult diapers: can they track UTIs? Adult Diapers May Diagnose Urinary Tract Infections
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Many women experience minor cramps at some point during their menstrual cycles, but what if you’re having excruciating pain before and during your period, and have other bothersome side ...

March is National Endometriosis Awareness Month Bad Cramps? March is National Endometriosis Awareness Month
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There are not many children eating salads in restaurants. They do not often ask for a plate of broccoli or an apple on the side. Most will not automatically request water for a drink.

5 ways you can help your child make better choices eating out 5 Ways to Help Children Make Better Choices When Eating Out
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Canada’s Capital Region in and around Ottawa, Ontario, and Fraser Valley in British Columbia have both experienced recent occurrences or outbreaks of the measles (also known as rubeola ...

Canada's measles outbreak: what to watch for Measles Outbreaks in Canada: Symptoms to Watch For
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If you use pre-moistened wipes and have an itchy or painful rash, trying to stay clean may be the source of your skin problem.

itchy skin may be caused by baby wipe chemical Chemical in Baby Wipes May Cause Itchy Skin
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A Skin Cancer Diagnosis Before Age 25 Puts You at Higher Risk for 29 Other Types For much of North America, the record cold winter of 2013-14 will be one for the history books.

3 revelations that could alter your Spring Break 3 Revelations that Could Affect Your Spring Break
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An autoimmune disease is a condition that occurs when our own immune system mistakenly attacks and destroys healthy body tissue. Autoimmune diseases are often considered medical ...

autoimmune spotlight on multiple sclerosis Autoimmune Diseases: Spotlight on Multiple Sclerosis
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Driving while distracted is definitely frowned upon. Being distracted while on a date? A total no-no. Most Americans can even agree that technology distractions should never occur at work.

smartphones contribute to distracted parenting according to study Smart Phones Can Lead to Distracted Parenting, Says New Study
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Plenty of us have a problem with getting enough exercise on a regular basis. For those with multiple sclerosis, the difficulties are magnified.

MS symptoms benefit from moderate exercise Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Can Benefit from Moderate Exercise
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For many women, their identity is tied to their hair and their hair is tied to their sexuality.

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what happens to hair during pregnancy? What Will Happen to My Hair During Pregnancy?
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People have complained of having itchy areas in their upper back for centuries.

you know that itchy spot in the middle of your back? Do You Get an Itchy Spot in the Middle of Your Back?
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With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, everyone will be going green.

Go Green For St. Patrick's Day 5 Ways to Go Green on St. Patrick's Day
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If you are experiencing symptoms of perimenopause or menopause you might be feeling exhausted. And you may feel unable to get your energy and your life back.

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troublesome menopause symptoms? take charge! Taking Charge of your Menopausal Symptoms

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