Take estrogen at 59 or not?
Hello I will turn 59 in Dec.. I just had a Hysterectomy about 3 weeks ago. Oct 21 2019 I had everything removed.. Both Ovaries,Uterus, and Cervix I went through menopause nearly 5 years ago. read more
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If you're like me, you've either found the perfect gift for your friends, family, and partner months ago or you'll be frantically running around at the last minute trying to find a meaningful gift for all the important people in your life. To save you the last-minute panic, I put together a guide of tried-and-true fitness and wellness products for anyone who loves to train hard and relax even h...
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When pregnant women who abuse opioids are treated like criminals, their babies suffer
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Boy with brain tumor uses his Make-A-Wish to get a play structure for his school
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