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How to Identify and Treat Acromio-Clavicular Joint and Ligament Injuries by BerryRipe Posted Tue 14 May 2013 1:38pm For those of you who love sports or just love working out to your best shape will know how important it is to dedicate time and efforts to getting results. For me it was basketball, and I would spend hours together training chest passes and shooting. However after a period of time I noticed some pain in my right shoulder a ... Read on »
The key warning signs of endometrial thickening problem usually are infrequent uterine internal bleeding by winter1101 Posted Sun 20 Jul 2014 9:11pm Is endometriosis hereditary and how to treat it? The principle professional medical current expression can be dysfimction uterine hemorrhage, plus the key indicators are usually unusual menses, menorrhagia along with andmenostaxis. It isn't difficult regarding endometrium to have dense if it's a result of arousal involving ovarian endocrine ch ... Read on »
Androgen Receptor Expression in Women and its Relationship to Sexual Function by Dr. Jennifer Berman Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 4:04am Androgens play a vital role in maintaining women�s sexual health and overall well-being as basic science research and clinical trials have begun to delineate the role of androgens in women throughout the reproductive cycle. The pathophysiologic mechanism of androgen receptor expression has been documented in numerous tissue sites including the ce ... Read on »
Improving Uterine Health for Fertility, Conception and Implantation by Hethir R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 18 Jan 2011 5:01pm One of the bodies miracles is that every cell in our body renews over time and is replaced by healthy new cells. This gives us the opportunity to work toward changing our fertility issues by nourishing and taking care of our bodies now, so that those new cells have the best chance possible to be vibrant and healthy! In our Improve Egg Hea ... Read on »
Effect of Hysterectomy on Female Sexual Function by Dr. Jennifer Berman Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 3:48am 12 Comments By Jacqueline N. Murrell, MD, Jennifer R. Berman, MD Robert Weiss, MD, Laura Berman, PhD, Sheila R. Keane, MA, Mary Christina Zierack MA, Trudy Van Hooten, PhD, Irwin Goldstien, MD, and Phillip Stubblefield, MD: Sexuality is a crucial component of the general health and well being of women. It is a central part of their body image, self-esteem, rel ... Read on »
Health Sidebar I: Uterine Fibroids and Ovarian Cysts by Drea D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 5:10pm 1 Comment Greetings everyone! I am writing this piece at the request of a friend of mine. A couple of women I know were diagnosed with fibroids and they were worried about surgery. I gave some of my advice and it was then requested that I put my information onto my blog. So I'll call this my little health sidebar. I'll probably post more of these as ... Read on »
Vegan women have 34% lower risk of breast, ovarian, uterine cancers by Sally Kneidel Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Dec 2012 12:00am A plant-based diet cuts cancer risk. Photo: Sally Kneidel Good news for vegans and vegetarians! A new study shows that plant-based diets offer significant protection from various cancers. The study reveals benefits for vegetarians, but the strongest benefits for vegans. In the US as a whole, cancer is the second ... Read on »
News digest – conference updates, womb cancer stats, height and ovarian cancer, and more… by Cancer Research UK Patient Expert Posted Fri 06 Apr 2012 12:00am It’s a longer-than-usual digest this week, as hundreds of scientists from around the world descend on Chicago for the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) annual meeting. So as well as our usual roundup of the week’s cancer news, we’ve also selected some noteworthy research from the conference that hit the headlines. You ... Read on »
Ovaries by findingeve Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 May 2011 12:00am Today, I tackle a body part upon which I consider myself to be somewhat of an expert. Had my left ovary behaved years ago, I would not be typing this today–and I would still have both ovaries. Speaking with other women, it becomes obvious very quickly that we tend to know very little about our ovaries.  Hopefully, I will shed some light o ... Read on »
Ovaries by findingeve Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 May 2011 3:35pm Today, I tackle a body part upon which I consider myself to be somewhat of an expert. Had my left ovary behaved years ago, I would not be typing this today–and I would still have both ovaries. Speaking with other women, it becomes obvious very quickly that we tend to know very little about our ovaries.  Hopefully, I will shed some light on this ... Read on »