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  • Oct
  • 18

Women Unite: Together, We Can Beat Breast Cancer

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In its honor, I would like to share with you the story of one brave, dedicated survivor-turned-activist, who I originally wrote about in my book Making Kind Choices . I hope that you enjoy it and remember all the other brave women out there who are fighting cancer.

Elaine Keeve-Sloane is …

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  • Mar
  • 19

Are Cats a Woman’s Best Friend?

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A recent article in Time magazine reports on a new scientific study confirming what many of us “cat people” have known all along: Cats and their humans, especially women, form strong social bonds and a mutual understanding based on affection—and maybe just a little indulgence.

The researchers closely followed nearly every interaction between 41 cats and their …

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  • Oct
  • 23

Support Cruelty-Free Breast Cancer Charities

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Support Cruelty-Free Breast Cancer Charities

As a breast cancer survivor, I find October-which is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month-to be a bittersweet time for me. On one hand, I’m absolutely joyous that I’ve been cancer-free for 17 years, but I’m also reminded of the suffering that many others still endure. I think about the women struggling with breast cancer and about their worried, worn-out loved ones, …

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  • Nov
  • 17

Stop Menopause Symptoms With Horse Urine?

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Horse Urine? Blecch!

If someone asked you to swallow horse urine, would you do it? Millions of women worldwide swallow horse urine every single day. Surprised? Well check your medicine cabinet: If you take the estrogen-replacement therapy (ERT) drugs Premarin or Prempro, you’re gulping down urine too. That’s because the “secret ingredient” in Premarin and Prempro is pregnant mares’ urine (PMU ).

Every year, thousands of pregnant mares are …

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