Urinary incontinence affects 50% of women. There’s no plumber you can call for this kind of leak… time to burst open the conversation on incontinence and menopause.
Are you afraid to cough, sneeze, laugh, or exercise, because you may leak urine? Sadly, you can’t simply dial your plumber. Time to break open the conversation on incontinence and pelvic health.
Are you afraid to cough, sneeze, laugh, or exercise because you may leak urine? Sadly, you can’t simply dial your plumber. But if you educate yourself to become your own best health advocate, you may be able to turn off that unwanted drip. Let’s break open the conversation about Pelvic Floor Dysfunction!
Did you know that September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month? Ovarian cancer strikes about 3 percent of women. The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2014 about 21,980 women will receive a new diagnosis of ovarian cancer and approximately 14,270 women will die from ovarian cancer. Although early cancers of the ovaries generally cause no symptoms,
North American Menopause Society Publishes Evidence-Based Guidelines for Care of Women in Menopause The North American Menopause Society has published the first comprehensive set of guidelines that support clinicians involved in the care of women at mid-life. The evidence-based recommendations have been published in the October 2014 issue of Menopause. As new research about hormone therapy