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5 Essential Strategies Women Use To Stay Thin by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 12 May 2009 5:52pm You know that thin friend you have? Who eats what she wants yet never seems to gain any weight?  How the heck does she stay so thin?! Research shows that thin people have a different mindset when it comes to food.  They have a more “ down-to-earth ” relationship with their food.  Overweight people on the other hand, are too tied up ... Read on »
Strategies for Maintaining Fitness Motivation for Women by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Mar 2013 10:00am Women have lots of tasks and challenges, and fitness motivation is but one of them. You may be occupied at home, have a career, or a combination of the two. You have to somehow fit exercise into your already overwhelming schedule. Normal life experiences take their toll on all of us, so we know what [...] Read on »
Developing a Comprehensive Digital Communications Strategy for Washington, DC’s African American Women by Health & Human Services Posted Tue 03 Jun 2014 7:44pm By Cathleen Maine , Director of Development, The Women’s Collective Today we share the seventh story from the new media planning projects funded in summer 2013. To read earlier posts in this series, click here: The Women’s Collective (TWC) is a community health and human service agency in Washington, D.C., providing direct services a ... Read on »
Women’s Weight Loss: A Beginners Guide – Part 6 by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 12 Aug 2009 10:46pm Weight Loss Strategy 101 This is the final part in this Women’s Weight Loss: A Beginners Guide series. What I wanted to touch on was a simple plan that you can use to  help yourself visualize and organize your plan of action. But before I share that with you, here are all the links for the past posts in this series.  I encourage you to read ... Read on »
New Guidelines Strengthen HIV Screening and Prevention for Women by Health & Human Services Posted Wed 14 May 2014 10:00am By Ronald Valdiserri, M.D., M.P.H. , Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health, Infectious Diseases, and Director, Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy , U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Dr. Ronald Valdiserri During this week’s observance of National Women’s Health Week , I want to highlight some important new guid ... Read on »
The Joy of Connecting Partners with Women For Hire to Assist Women Professionals by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Sat 15 Nov 2008 7:10am In today’s world, being a career woman is respectable. Whether you are a single mom supporting a family on your own, a married woman contributing to her family, or a woman on her own supporting herself, career advancement can be an important step and can empower you to achieve more and better yourself. At a time when corporations are layin ... Read on »
Contest: What Do You Want from Upcoming Book, Primal Woman? by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 18 Sep 2012 9:07pm The Prize: The ULTIMATE posture correction package courtesy of Esther Gokhale, owner and founder of the Gokhale Method Institute ! Do you suffer from mild to chronic back pain, inhibiting your sleep and daily life? Have you succumbed to the fact that this is “just how it is?” Not so fast… The Gokhale Method is a systematic, non-sur ... Read on »
TWSHF's Written Testimony to the NIH Offfice of Reseach Women's Health by The Women's Sexual Health Foundation .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 10:01pm ORWH is in the process of exploring new dimensions and strategies for women’s health and sex/gender research priorities for the NIH in the coming years. Such efforts include a renewed emphasis on normal processes, developmental biology, and aging in women, reflection upon the potential application of new technologies, emerging diseases and conditio ... Read on »
Are Women Really the Pickier Sex? by Dr. Laura F. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 30 Sep 2009 10:14pm It has been a longstanding truism in evolutionary psychology that because of the different investments men and women have in reproduction that the best strategy for men is to be relatively promiscuous and the best strategy for women is to be choosy. That still may be the case, but Eli Finkel and Paul Eastwick of Northwestern University have added ... Read on »
Strategies To Prevent Ovarian Cancer by Shilah C. Azib Posted Thu 08 Apr 2010 3:29am There are a number of strategies that may be used to assist women in preventing ovarian cancer; they revolve around the risk factors that have been identified by surveys and studies of women who have ovarian cancer. These strategies involve oral contraceptives, dietary modification and exercise, pregnancy or breast-feeding, genetic ... Read on »