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In this True Life Story Breast Cancer, Jacqueline shares her experience of being diagnosed, treated, using radiation & chemotherapy and recovery
From how to deal with “why me” thoughts to handling fertility and egg freezing, these initial reactions show what a breast cancer diagnosis really feels like.
Whether joining support groups or simply taking time to grieve, here’s how these breast cancer patients coped each day.
Ice cream, chemo parties, and new friendships can make a major difference on your day to day.
From chemo brain to all that nausea, patients and survivors share their experiences.
You want to be there, but you’re not sure what to or say. Here, patients share what meant the most to them.
How does your sex life change during treatment, or after a mastectomy?
Breast cancer survivors share what it’s like to look in the mirror after surgery and treatment.
Whatever you do, don’t tell them to “smile.”
A “family history” can start with anyone.
It’s not just women who should be concerned.
Majority of the day we are glued to our social networks. A lot of people create a depression from comparing ourselves to those on social networks.
In episode 4 of Girl Talk, Kate talks with Melinda, Nikki, Autumn, and Mychal about one night stands. Opinions vary but all the girls give their hones
In this episode of Girl Talk, the girls discuss outgrowing friends and when it is time to tell someone that you are no longer compatible.
In this episode of Girl Talk, Kate talks with the girls about the pros and cons of plastic surgery.
Modern relationships are changing. Our group of women discuss their experience with open relationships and give much needed relationship advice.
How to be confident? Psychiatrist Dr. Susan Samuels discusses how to build confidence and what to take in consideration to build confidence.
Many of us struggle with FOMO (fear of missing out). Psychiatrist Dr.Samuels discusses the stress experienced balancing time alone & time with friends
In episode 2 of Girl Talk, Kate talks with Lana, Sylvia, Jenicia and Devlin about ways to relieve stress and anxiety. A few of their tips include exer
Kate talks with Lana, Sylvia, Jenicia and Devlin about relationships and how the possibility of starting a family is often a source for stress.
Kate talks with Melinda, Nikki, Mychal, and Autumn about their experience with online dating. The girls give their insights into sites like EHarmony,
Make the most of your gyno visit.
We all want to tone our arms or flatten our stomachs, but many of us are ignoring the important pelvic floor muscles. These muscles lend support in th
Sure, your period's ending. But menopause is more than just that.
Truth: Menopause symptoms are different for everyone.
In this video, Lori discusses her personal experience with finding out she was going through menopause.
In this video, Dr. Holly Atkinson explains why even though you may have started menopause, you should still be taking birth control.
Long-term estrogen therapy is no longer recommended for the prevention of heart disease or osteoporosis. However, when used in the short term, estroge
While hormonal therapy is the best relief for treating hot flashes, many women have found success using non-hormonal therapies.
Three-quarters of women get hot flashes during menopause. Here's what you need to know.
If you are at least 45 years old and haven’t had a menstrual cycle in over 12 months, you may be going through menopause.
What "the change" does (and doesn't) do to your body.
Osteoporosis is a chronic condition where bones become thinner and are more prone to breaking.
It can happen way earlier (or later!) than you might think.
Falling estrogen levels can cause vaginal dryness. Here's how to deal.
Getting cramps is no fun for anyone. Since everyone’s body is different, you likely have to experiment to find the the treatment that works best for y
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