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Top Blogs of the Week: Kidney Failure, Diabetic Weight Loss and Household Chores

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A wide array of stories were shared in EmpowHER's community this week. Women talked about life insurance, losing weight with diabetes and kidney failure. Do you have a health story that you would like to share? Post your blog post to our community so that other women can read and reflect on your personal experiences and stories.

Here are some of our top blog posts in the EmpowHER community this week.

5 Ways to Engage Your Partner in Household Chores

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From the blog: “Over the weekend, I was talking with a girlfriend who shared with me how frustrated she was with her husband because he wouldn't put the replacement trash bag in the bin after taking out the trash. She said, “Why won’t he freaking replace the bag? I’m busy taking care of the kids, washing the dishes plus working a 9 to 5pm full-time job. He is not picking up the slack.” On the other hand, a guy friend of mine mentioned just last week that he gets annoyed with his wife sometimes because while he cooks all the family meal, does the supermarket shopping on top of working a 13-hour day, his wife just makes a mess and doesn't contribute to keeping the house clean.”

Reasons Why Your Life Insurance May be Declined

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From the blog: “Life Insurance is already considered a necessity nowadays. But if you think everybody can just avail of it, you just might get surprised if you get declined. Before you file any complaints, there are actually various reasons why you fail in inquiring a life insurance.

Axis Capital, with a group of insurance and reinsurance companies in Bermuda, Singapore, Australia, United Kingdom and the United States, has rounded up some of the main reasons why most insurance companies do not permit you to have a life insurance:"

Weight Loss Tips For People With Diabetes

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From the blog: “When you are suffering from diabetes you could gain excess weight because your sugar levels are difficult to manage. In fact, according to different studies, 80% of patients suffering from type 2 diabetes are more prone to become overweight. If you let yourself gain more pounds, your condition could get worse and your life can be greatly affected by the debilitating symptoms of the disease."

Kidney Failure: Understanding the Truth

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From the blog: :"Recently, I have had the opportunity to speak with some major media outlets regarding kidney health, specifically as it relates to kidney failure and the unfortunate circumstances surrounding the health challenges that former NBA player Lamar Odom is currently facing. While I am always grateful for the chance to shed light on any urological health topic, it is often with a desire to dispel the myths that can come with mainstream interpretations of these health conditions.”

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