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My experience with breast cancer

Carole Edrich talks candidly about the physical and psychological challenges of living with - and beating - breast cancer.

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10th Oct 2011
Carole Edrich
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DIY hair- loss treatments

As we get older our hair changes in many ways. It might grey, lose it's va-va-voom or like more than a third of European women, start to thin.

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17th Nov 2010
Rhian Mainwaring
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Women’s Health: Menopausal signs

It’s common knowledge that as we get older we suffer more from ill health and for many women, the symptoms of the menopause can easily be confused with other ailments.

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27th Aug 2010
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Body confidence & the menopause

It’s not unusual for women going through the menopause to start to lose confidence and have a poor body image.

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28th Jul 2010
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Hair loss in women

Hair loss in women is neither serious, nor life threatening - according to doctors. For the sufferer, though, it is stress inducing and a real confidence killer. Here are some tips to help you overcome any concerns about wearing a wig.

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28th Jun 2010
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Menopause and Loss of Libido

There are a number of reasons why women suffer from loss of libido and vaginal dryness. This can happen at any time in their reproductive life but is more commonly seen during and around the menopause when oestrogen levels start to decline.

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11th Jan 2010
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Female sexual problems

Just like men, women can experience difficulties in desiring and participating in sex with their partners.

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26th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Exercise & Breast Cancer

Women who are aggressively seeking to reduce their risk of breast cancer are probably frustrated by the lack of clearly defined risk factors that they can alter.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Building better bones

The National Osteoporosis Society have launched a new information leaflet called Building Better Bones to provide patients with up to date information about osteoporosis, a disabling disease which affects one in three women in the UK.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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15,000 Women Worldwide to be Screen

Two of the largest global clinical trials ever, designed to study new approaches to the post-surgery use of chemotherapy and a biologic modifier for breast cancer (known as adjuvant therapy) have been launched.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves


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