Original article HEREThis article is from the "Healthy Women" website. https://www.healthywomen.org/media-library/roxanne-lerner.jpg?id=51470320&width=980 As told to Nicole Audrey Spector I was in my late twenties and working a demanding — but wholly fulfilling — job at a large nonprofit in New York City. In addition to dedicating myself to my career, I was also
What Are the 5 Love Languages?
Original article HEREThis article is from the "Healthy Women" website. https://www.healthywomen.org/media-library/love-date-icon-compliments-conversation-two-lovers-speech-bubble-hearts.jpg?id=51460371&width=980 There was a lot to love in the 1990s. Kate and Leo in Titanic. The cast of Friends. The Spice Girls (girl power!). The ’90s also introduced a whole new way of looking at love. Marriage counselor Gary Chapman’s relationship self-help
Cancer Diagnosis Like King Charles’s Is Not Unheard-Of
Original article HERE While Buckingham Palace released little information on Charles’s diagnosis, some cancer experts not involved in his care have seen the illness detected during other routine medical procedures. A patient checks into the hospital for a routine procedure to treat an enlarged prostate. And, unexpectedly, a test done in the
Did You Know That Heart Disease Affects Women of Color Differently?
Original article HEREThis article is from the "Healthy Women" website. https://www.healthywomen.org/media-library/african-woman-with-hands-crossed-over-heart.jpg?id=23303018&width=980 February is American Heart Month. Cardiovascular disease is often dismissed as a middle-aged white man’s disease, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. The risk of cardiovascular disease among women, especially women of color, is poorly understood, yet the statistics
What You Need to Know About Dry Eye Disease
Original article HEREThis article is from the "Healthy Women" website. https://www.healthywomen.org/media-library/image.jpg?id=51291967&width=980 If you’ve ever felt that gritty, irritating feeling in your eyes when they’re dry, you know how bothersome it can be. Dry eyes can happen to anyone, but more than 16 million people in the United States have been diagnosed with
Getting the Right Diagnosis and Treatment for My Dry Eye Disease Was So Frustrating It Made Me Want to Cry
Original article HEREThis article is from the "Healthy Women" website. https://www.healthywomen.org/media-library/2022.jpg?id=51290915&width=980As told to Erica Rimlinger Imagine walking on the beach on a windy day. Sand blows into both your eyes. The sand hurts, itches and no amount of saline will dislodge it. Now imagine living with that sensation every day, for decades.