How to Calm Down When You're Anxious Over Your Gynecologist Visit

Posted on: 30 December 2015

One of the more intimidating doctor's appointments to go to is a visit to the gynecologist. If you have been putting off your next trip due to nervousness, you might not be approaching your visit in the right way. There are several ways that you can make your next trip to the gynecologist less nerve-wracking.  Learn About Your Reproductive Organs Educate yourself about how your reproductive organs work before visiting a gynecologist.
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3 Tips For Acne Treatment During Menopause

Posted on: 15 December 2015

If you expected your acne to have been a thing of the past as a teenager, it was probably a very unpleasant surprise to experience its return as you go through menopause. However, the hormonal changes associated with menopause are often sufficient to cause a return of that problem. Fortunately, there are now more options for acne treatment than there were in previous generations, and you do not have to live with the embarrassment of acne at this already-challenging part of your life.
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3 Tips For Maintaining Your Hearing Aid

Posted on: 30 November 2015

Your hearing aid opens up the doorway to sound. You can experience music, interaction, and conversation in ways you might not be able to otherwise. It is an important medical device that gives you many opportunities to enhance the way you experience life. Your hearing aid needs proper care in order function at an optimal level. You need to be mindful of how you use it and store it on a daily basis in order to maintain it.
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Traveling With A Breast Pump ... And No Baby!

Posted on: 11 November 2015

Nursing mothers can't take their babies with them everywhere, but they have to keep expressing milk or risk drying up. Enter the trusty breast pump! It's the best friend of every road warrior mom, but newbies likely find the prospect of traveling with a breast pump terrifying. Not only do the logistics seem complicated, the news is nearly constantly feeding viewers horror stories of nursing mothers being shamed on airplanes, being forced to check their pump rather than carry it on, or taste their own milk to prove it isn't explosive.
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