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Tips from nationally acclaimed health experts (OB-GYNs, Sex Therapists, Nutritionists) for NATIONAL WOMEN’S HEALTH WEEK

National Women’s Health Week, May 10-16 underscores the need for women everywhere to make their health a priority. Below are some insightful tips from nationally acclaimed health experts to help women take small steps toward better living. Bladder relief: Women rarely talk about it, but over 20 million women struggle with overactive bladder and won’t even discuss it to their doctors. Women experiencing incontinence don’t need to settle for diapers, pads or surgery—they need to strengthen their pelvic floor and find Kegels just don’t work as they don’t do them correctly or consistently. Whether unexpected leakage is from a cough,...

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“Voice” for Men, Women and Couples Sexual Health

As co-creator of the “Your Voice Your Wish” interactive website advocating the Women’s Initiative in Sexual Health, I’ve always passionately encouraged support for the 43 percent of women who suffer from some form of sexual dysfunction. As such, I am a strong advocate of supportive, respectful evaluation and effective medical and psychological treatment for this problem and particularly for therapies that are safe and effective. An understanding of the latest solutions and their efficacy is imperative for all healthy men, women and couples in supporting their physical and emotional well-being. Too many people suffer in silence with low libido or painful...

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Why Sex is Good for You

It’s good for the relationship and it’s good for the body. It’s just that simple.  Sex is good for you, your body, your mind, and your relationship. Here’s why… Sex burns calories—we love that.  Sex can also strengthen muscle tone, increase heart rate, and get the whole body working.  Sex lowers blood pressure and stress levels.  Sex may protect against some forms of cancer.  Sex boosts immunity.  Sex my relieve pain as it diverts blood flow from other parts of the body. Sex can also help you sleep.  After an orgasm, the body releases the hormone prolactin, which helps you...

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