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Harvard Health Aug 21
Have you heard of takotsubo cardiomyopathy (broken-heart syndrome)?
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Khan OBGYN 2h
Dr. Nasreen Khan specializes in & has dedicated herself to providing quality medical care to individuals & families since 1994. Call our office at (302) 735-8720 to schedule an appointment!
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The Suarez (Zeraus Morningstar) Aug 19
will be staging a rally for religious reproductive rights and women’s health at the capital of one of the states w/ the most egregiously restrictive . CHECK BELOW FOR ALL THE INFO U NEED TO DONATE!
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Chief Inspector Helen Smith 5h
I couldn't agree more with this statement. We are doing great work around in . Line manager awareness sessions, guidance, risk assessments, cafes and ambassadors. What are you doing?
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CBD Women’s Lifestyle Aug 18
5 Benefits of CBD for Women’s Health
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Pamela Colon Aug 21
Got my copy from f women’s health! ⁦
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Wendy Schwartz Aug 21
Replying to @GOP @KatrinaPierson
Yeah, we already heard about your "outreach to Suburban White women". Not happening . You just took the Healthcare of millions of women away. You should have learned from your huge 2018 loss. We will never, EVER vote for Republicans.
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Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility Aug 21
Choosing the right menstrual product doesn’t have to be scary or intimidating. At OGI, we are dedicated to providing you with all of the gynecological information you need. If you have any gynecological questions, we have the answers you need.
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Hot Women At Menopause 17h
Great download! It will be going in the goodie-bags at the next HWAM events in October
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Roxana Geoffrion 2h
Encouraging to see more and more to help women perform Kegel’s exercises - 👏👏👏⁦⁩ and co-authors for your success!!!
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Magee-Womens Research Institute & Foundation Aug 21
Thank you to our summer interns, who had a chance to get involved in our cutting-edge work. This year’s projects included everything from research on mouse embryos to treatments for pregnant women with opioid use disorder. So inspiring to see the future of research!
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Felicity Cottle Aug 21
Absolutely archaic outlook and reinforcing the ridiculous single mother stereotypes - infuriating isn’t the word
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Red Alert Movie Aug 21
6-10 years is far too long for a diagnosis. We can do better. Studies say that 1-10 women are estimated to suffer from the disease, but that number is likely higher.
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Laurie Aug 20
Replying to @itsnotstress
Women need ACCURATE information about what they're putting into their body and the side effects so they can make the best contraceptive choices for them
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Female Suicide Aug 19
"I'm really scared that if I actually tell you how I'm feeling you're going to take my daughter away."
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Red Alert Movie Aug 16
Just because fibroids aren't considered deadly, that doesn't mean that relief from symptoms isn't urgent. Too many women of color suffer with pain that disrupts their lives every day. The time is now to invest in fibroid research.
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Bozeman Health 7h
Women tend to have different symptoms from a heart attack than men do. It is worth while to know what they are.
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Diagnost Aug 20
Why progesterone might be the missing link in your health questions
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Cristina Vallejo Aug 20
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Endocrinology Scotland Aug 21
BBC is repeating this great program on Wed 28th August. Our very own Dr Karen appears as an expert on this important subject.
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