I hate going to the doctor. When I’m feeling sneezy or achy, I’m more likely to drink herbal tea, take a long nap, and then, if all else fails, visit my dogs’ veterinarian. At least she speaks my language. And, she always calls me a good girl and hands me a treat between cleaning out my ears and checking my anal glands. If only she took my medical insurance! Not just my problem When it comes to women and medical

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Boobs are big trouble. Maybe your nipples stand erect in the slightest breeze and you wear “nipple covers” whenever you leave the house. (By the way, when I Googled “nipple covers,” an article on using pantiliners to make your own popped up. So, if you’re looking to save money…) Or it could be that you are wide-breasted and when you turn around suddenly, you accidentally boob-slap anyone in the vicinity. Or perhaps your breasts are so pendulous that you can

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Self-care is crucial, but it might be hard for many of us to identify when we need it. It’s all too easy to get wrapped up in our hectic daily lives and ignore our own needs. The following list will let you know if it’s time to slow down and get some rest. You consider a 30-hour day doable. You’ve had so many lunches at your desk, the health inspectors have started writing you up. Even your Spanx are worn

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October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Next to skin cancer, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women. One in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime. Self-exams and mammograms are the two most effective ways to catch unusual changes in your breasts which can signify breast cancer. I like to refer to my annual mammogram as “The Annual Pressing of the Breasts.” It gives the event an air of solemnity and reverence

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