In: clinical trials

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The Not-So-Obvious Reasons Women are Needed in Research
November 19, 2020

In the past, women were not included in research because of two main reasons. One is that we are more biologically…

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Common Hot Flash Triggers
October 5, 2020

As if menopause didn’t come with enough changes, hot flashes are a frustrating addition. The unexpected heating and cooling and severity…

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Bacterial Vaginosis: What Women Should Know
August 1, 2020

More than 21 million women each year get bacterial vaginosis (BV). It is a vaginal inflammation caused by an imbalance of…

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Hot Flash Treatment Options
July 1, 2020

Hot flashes are the most common symptom reported during menopause. They are a sudden rush of heat to the face, neck,…

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Why are Vaccines Important?
April 15, 2020

Since the coronavirus pandemic began several months ago, talks of coronavirus vaccines have been ongoing. How long it takes to produce,…

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Common Misconceptions about Yeast Infections
March 1, 2020

Yeast infections put the “Y” in yikes. They occur when the natural balance of yeast and other healthy bacteria is disrupted….

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Frequently Asked Questions About Hot Flashes
February 15, 2020

A sudden feeling of warmth begins to rush over your face, neck, and chest. Your skin flushes, your heart beats faster,…

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What You Need to Know About Uterine Fibroids
January 15, 2020

Uterine fibroids are a common occurrence in women. Many show no symptoms and are unaware they have them until routine pelvic…

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Research can be part of your new years resolution
How Research Can Be a Part of Your New Year’s Resolution
January 6, 2020

At the stroke of midnight, many decide to do better things in the coming year. It can be to lose weight…

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Women’s Health this Holiday Season
December 4, 2019

Stress is something we all deal with every day. What causes stress in one person may have little impact in another….

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