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Do we need a female Viagra?
Femina

Do we need a female Viagra?

by We all miss those steamy bedroom scenes as we grow up. Those days spent in between crumpled white sheets on summer afternoons holding hands with our beloved or making drunken love on the stairs of a shady pub with a stranger at two in the ... Femina, 2 weeks ago
Examiner.com

Candidates for the NY State Senate address heroin crisis

It is no small statement to say that heroin use has once again become a problem. In fact, the issue of heroin use has risen to such a level in Northeastern States that President Obama has called for action on the matter. On August 17, 2015, the ...
 Examiner.com2 weeks ago
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Iron Anna helps farmers get fit

Professional ironwoman triathlete Anna Russell, who also works for Fonterra, is lending her support to the FarmStrong programme by tailoring training schedules for farmers. Farmstrong, a joint initiative between leading rural insurer FMG and the ...
 FWplus1 month ago

Criminal Investigation Launched Into Death Of Cesarean Patient

Armenia's Investigative Service has launched a criminal investigation into the death of Meri Margaryan who died two days after undergoing a Cesarean section on July 27. Margaryan is said to have displayed HELLP syndrome symptoms but wasn't given ...
 Groong1 month ago

What The First 48 Hours Breastfeeding Are Really Like

15 women on the wild first two days of breastfeeding. Senior reporter, The Huffington Post /Flickr RF Before I gave birth, I knew a lot about breastfeeding. I've spent the better part of four years writing about it for HuffPost Parents, and ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Patients with APS, triple aPL positivity at higher risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes

Patients with antiphospholipid syndrome who had triple antiphospholipid antibody positivity were more likely to experience an adverse outcome in pregnancy, according to data presented recently. Researchers retrospectively reviewed 217 pregnancies ...
 Orthopedics Today1 month ago
US News & World Report

When Your Pregnancy Is High Risk

Kara Stone expected to be considered high risk when she had her first son two years ago. Not only was she 35 at the time -- advanced age is one of the most common risk factors for a high-risk pregnancy -- but she has the autoimmune disease lupus.
 Yahoo! News1 month ago

What I Want the National Maternity Review Team to Know

My son Hugo died in my arms in March 2014 aged 35 days. He was born when I was just 24 weeks' pregnant because I had the rare, life-threatening pregnancy complications HELLP syndrome and preeclampsia. The day before Hugo's birth, I had been ...
 Huffington Post UK1 month ago

Hypertension during pregnancy on the rise in Kozhikode

KOZHIKODE: Health experts in the field of gynaecology have expressed concern over the increasing cases of hypertension among women during pregnancy. Gynaecologists in the government and private hospitals here, say that they have been witnessing an ...
 Times of India2 months ago

One-Pound Premature Baby Fights For His Life, Family Asks For Support

A one-pound premature baby is fighting for his life, and his family needs all the support it can get as the dreaded medical bills for the care of the child start coming in. Tiny Wyatt James was born on June 12 at the Florida Hospital For Children ...
 Inquisitr2 months ago
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