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Beyond Desire: Forms of Sexual Dysfunction

Around 4 in 10 women experience problems with sex at some point in their lives. Sexual dysfunction may occur during any of the physical and emotional changes the body goes through during sexual stimulation. The female sexual response cycle is complex, including emotional intimacy, stimulation, arousal, desire, and emotional and physical satisfaction. Causes of Female

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Ever wondered what clinical trials are and why they are so importnant?

What Are Clinical Trials?

There are many reasons people decide to take part in clinical research trials. Some patients are able to utilize new treatments before they are released to the general public. Others may receive certain types of medical care without going through insurance, and others may be passionate about contributing to medical advancements. We wanted to write

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Meningitis Strikes Quickly and without Mercy

Meningitis is an infection that causes the swelling of the fluid and membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. It can cause headaches, fever, stiff neck, and other symptoms. A Meningitis infection can lead to life-threatening complications if not treated promptly. Meningitis strikes without warning and progresses quickly. Knowing more about the symptoms and how

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Don't get it twisted. Nexplanon myths debunked

Debunked Myths Regarding the Use of Nexplanon®

Nexplanon® is a long-acting reversible birth control implant and is one of the most effective, convenient, and safe methods available. Despite this, many myths circulate regarding the use of Nexplanon® and other implants. Though most have been debunked, it’s helpful to know about them and the facts behind each one. Keep reading to learn more about

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The link between osteoporosis and menopause

The Link Between Osteoporosis and Menopause

Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens the bones, increasing the risk of unexpected breaks and fractures. It is often referred to as a silent disease because there are typically no symptoms until a minor injury causes a fracture and reveals how weak the bones are. For women, the stakes are even higher due to the

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Teen migraines, not just a bad headache

Teen Migraines: Not Just a Bad Headache

Migraines are a daily reality for 39 million Americans. The condition isn’t confined to adults, affecting up to 28% of teens. and is a major cause of disability in young people. Though relatively common, stigma and lack of knowledge surround teen migraines. As a result, underdiagnosis and under-treatment are common. Teen migraines are not the same

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Researching and end to endometriosis

Researching an End to Endometriosis

Endometriosis affects approximately 1 in 10 women during their reproductive years worldwide. Surprisingly, most women lack a diagnosis until their 30s and 40s. The impact of pain and fertility can interfere with daily life. Medical advances have improved options, but there is still a long road ahead to solve underdiagnosis and treatment difficulties. Seattle Women’s

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More than a headache, migraine facts. Male standing and taking glasses off in pain, clinical research

More than a Headache- Migraine Facts

Over 1 billion people suffer from migraine headaches worldwide. It is the 3rd most prevalent illness in the world and the 6th most disabling. Despite this, there is still a lot we don’t know about why migraines happen and how they happen. They remain largely misunderstood and thus are undertreated. Migraines are more than headaches,

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