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Women vs Men Medicine Dosage, Eye Strain & Fall Energy Slump: Top SHAREs of the Week

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Several women shared great articles and blog posts in our community this week. Our community discussed important issues like whether or not women and men should be prescribed the same medicine dosage and how to improve your energy during a fall slump. Do you have a blog post around women's health? We welcome you to share your story with our community!

Here are our top SHAREs of the week.

1. Should Women Get the Same Dosage of Medicine as Men?

From the blog: "Many medications react differently in women and men such as heart, anti-depression and sleeping medication. In fact, any medication can cause unexpected side effects, both minor or major, which is why it is extremely important to read the explanations and recommendations that come inside the packaged medicine." 

2. New Ways for Beating Your Fall Energy Slump

From the blog: "As the days get cooler and shorter, our energy levels also seem to decline. The end of summer doesn’t have to leave you feeling drained. Dietitian nutritionist and exercise physiologist Dr. Felicia Stoler has some quick ways to get energized! You may be surprised by some of her tips."

3. Healthy Ways to Stay Focused and Productive at Work

From the blog: "Whether we work in a traditional setting or at home we have all experienced times where we lack focus and lose productivity. It doesn’t matter what the distractions are; there are times we just can’t seem to tune them out."

4. The Best Ways to Protect Your Eyes From Eye Strain

From the blog: "Eyes are one of the vital organs in human body.

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