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Treatments and Outlook for decreased Sexual Function in Menopause

Many women may experience decreased sexual function later in life. If you’re going through menopause, about 10% of people might have the same problems. As many people in the Menopause stage of life experience, vaginal dryness, itchiness, and painful sex become more common. However, you can fix this with water-based lubricants or vaginal estrogen treatments.

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Facial Hair and Attraction

Since the pandemic, my husband has not had a haircut and has not shaved regularly. My favourite look for my husband is clean-shaven and short hair. Fortunately for me, the barber shops opened again in our city a few days ago. My husband loves his beard and told me that many people find beards attractive.

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Guest post: Can You Exercise When Your Pregnant?

In so many ways, Motherhood starts in pregnancy. From the moment we learn about our pregnancies, we prioritize our own health for the benefit of our babies, such as taking prenatal vitamins, avoiding certain foods, and choosing an appropriate prenatal pregnancy exercise plan. Because pregnancy is such a unique period in a woman’s life, with

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Guest Post: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Childhood

Developing rituals in childhood can be normal, however it is important to differentiate these from rituals associated with OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) by examining the timing, content, function, and related impairment related to rituals. OCD in childhood occurs in 2-4% of children and adolescents, making it a relatively common mental disorder of childhood. Dr. Sarah Nunes,

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Quick, Easy and Nutritious Snacks

After having Madi I found it hard to find time to make myself nutritious snacks. The easiest things to grab are the pre-packaged processed snacks. I was never into meal prepping before I had Madi; I liked cooking fresh meals and snacks when I got got home from work or at the start of my

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