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FightPMDD 21h
Hey what are your thoughts on the use of the word ‘menstruator’ when talking about eg “PMDD affects approximately 1 in 20 menstruators”
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Womenscouncilireland Jun 17
‘Women in some of the poorest parts of Dublin are taking their own lives in the same numbers as men for the first time.’
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Catrin Hughes 23h
But why does she look like her life has fallen apart?
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Dr. Angela Marshall 22h
Too often women are dismissed and ultimately have worse outcomes than men because the medical community is looking for "man symptoms" whereas we have "woman symptoms."
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Dr. Jay Wrigley Jun 21
A ketogenic diet w/ some Intermittent fasting, 2gm of pharmaceutical grade fish oil, 5000 iu Vit D3 w/K2 and 400mg of Magnesium Glycinate is a healthy plan for every woman I encounter in the clinic and remote consults. Good starting point
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National Association of Black Women Voters 5h
Replying to @visiblyme @Walgreens
Per the APhA oath, pharmacists vow to hold the highest principled of the PROFESSION'S moral, ethical, and legal conduct. It is immoral and unethical to presume to know why a woman has been prescribed a medication and to refuse to fill it. Change your policy.
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Elrika Erasmus Jun 21
Such a thrill to have shared the stage with the brilliant talking about Women's Wellbeing Over 40. Supported by Kathy (Alexander Technique) & Maxine (catering). .
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Jala Sue Jun 19
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Ian Kremer Jun 17
/, , and each affect women more often than men. See the full infographic: MT
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 18
Plant-based diets appear to offer relief from a variety of menstrual symptoms, including cramping, bloating, and breast pain (cyclical mastalgia).
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CafeWoman Health & Well-being Events. Jun 24
Take some time to have some quiet meditative space today, recentre yourself & reduce any you may be feeling 🍃In we can loose sight of ourselves, whilst doing things for everyone else. 🍃Find YOUR space today wherever that is.
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CARRA Hosiery Jun 22
Do you wear panties? Well, you shouldn't today, because it's No Panty Day. June 22nd is day geared more towards ladies, but guys can participate too! Here is a PSA from CEO Christi Hairston! Tag a friend or two and spread the message 💞
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CafeWoman Health & Well-being Events. 4h
It's so important to stay in this everyone! 🍉Avoid which dehydrates & sugary drinks. Drink water & eat more foods with a high water content, cucumber, & Strawberries in particular 🍓Stay cool & eat your water too!
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