1 in 3 Women Live With Little Leaks

  Until recently, the options for treating urinary incontinence have been invasive or ineffective. All we could do was cover up the problem with pads, be opened up on an operating table, or suffer side effects from pills. So, what was the point of talking about it?...

Menopause: suffering in silence is out, reaching out is in!

  The first time you have your menstrual cycle, it’s a pretty big deal. After all, it’s a sign you can get pregnant and are becoming a “woman.”  It’s also the beginning of a long relationship with tampons, pads and cramps.  Most schools introduce the topic of...
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