Five Solutions for Menopause Symptoms

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Five Solutions for Menopause Symptoms

Here are five solutions for five symptoms common to midlife women. (Remember, you should always discuss any concerns you have with your healthcare provider first. There may be other treatments or potentially harmful side effects. Together, you can decide which options are best for you.)

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Do I Have a Skin Infection?

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Do I Have a Skin Infection?

You can get a skin infection anytime your skin is broken, whether from a cut, tattoo, piercing, puncture, sting, or bite.

It can happen when germs get into your body through the wound and there are more of them than your immune system can handle.

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Most Common Summer Illnesses

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Most Common Summer Illnesses

When people think of seasonal illnesses, winter colds and spring allergies usually come to mind. However, summertime can be a hotbed for illnesses as well, especially when it comes to your kids. Your children will likely spend the summer adventuring in the great outdoors and soaking up the sunshine—but the outdoors come equipped with a variety of illnesses that can affect your kids and even the whole family.

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How to Live Better With Eczema

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How to Live Better With Eczema

When you have a flare-up of itchy, irritated skin from eczema, you feel like you’d do anything to calm down or prevent your rashes. These days, there are many ways to keep your eczema under control.

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Benefits Of Hormone Replacement Therapy

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Benefits Of Hormone Replacement Therapy

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) can help mitigate many of the uncomfortable symptoms of menopause, including hot flashes, night sweats, mild incontinence, and mood swings. HRT can also boost your libido and improve sleep, aside from reducing your risk of fractures from osteoporosis and offering cardiovascular support. These are just a few reasons why many women consider this treatment, in spite of its possible side effects.

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How Long Does Pink Eye Last?

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How Long Does Pink Eye Last?

How long pink eye lasts depends on which type you have and how you treat it. Most of the time, pink eye clears up within a few days to two weeks.

There are several types of pink eye, including viral and bacterial.

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What is Andropause?

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What is Andropause?

What is andropause? Many people are unfamiliar with this term, but you may be familiar with the phrase male menopause. So the easy answer to the question, what is andropause? is to say it’s male menopause. However, you also will hear male menopause referred to as “low T,” with “T” meaning testosterone.

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The Preparticipation Sports Physical (PPE)

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The Preparticipation Sports Physical (PPE)

Last year nearly 8 million students participated in high school athletics, many of which were required to complete a Preparticipation Physical Exam (PPE) before beginning their season. While the aim of the PPE is to determine if a child is physically able to safely participate in a sport, it also examines many areas of your child’s wellbeing and may detect conditions that would otherwise go unnoticed. As fall tryout season approaches make sure you and those around know the importance of a PPE and that your student completes one.*

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