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If you are receiving fertility treatments or concerned about your ability to get pregnant, consider including a natural, complementary practice thousands of years old: acupuncture.
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Find out about 10 of the most influential advances in women's health of this past year, including updates in the use of hormone therapy in women after menopause.
Women who chronically worry are twice as likely to develop dementia, particularly Alzheimer’s Disease, as they age. Learn how to minimize worrying in your daily life.
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