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Good Vibrations: Can vibration help improve pelvic floor muscle strength?

Good Vibrations: Can vibration help improve pelvic floor muscle strength?

According to the latest research, the answer to this question is yes! That's why we're breaking down the latest research on pelvic floor muscle (PFM) strength to find out exactly what the study found and how this information could potentially change women's lives for the better.

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10 Natural Ways to Alleviate the Challenges of Menopause

10 Natural Ways to Alleviate the Challenges of Menopause

While many women turn to hormone replacement therapy, it may not be the best choice for everyone, especially survivors of breast cancer. Dr. Sarah de la Torre, Ob-Gyn, explores 10 ways that women can naturally alleviate the discomforts of menopause.

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It's Time to Bring Menopause Out of the Closet

It's Time to Bring Menopause Out of the Closet

It's time to finally put to bed the puritanical idea that women are devoid of value once their fertile years are behind them. It's dated, damaging and flat-out untrue.

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Self Care Down There? Why 'Intimate Self Care' Matters More Than You Think.

Self Care Down There? Why 'Intimate Self Care' Matters More Than You Think.

From vaginal steaming to charcoal vulva masks and insertable jade eggs—we now live in a wide world of self-care options for your lady parts.

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How to Age Well (Hint: It Has Nothing to Do with Wrinkle Cream)

How to Age Well (Hint: It Has Nothing to Do with Wrinkle Cream)

by: Colette Courtion | 
"I'm glad that I'm not young anymore," sings Geena Davis in her latest role on the hit Netflix show, Glow. Playing a former Roxette turned Vegas power producer, 63-year-old Davis takes to the stage in a gorgeous showgirl costume, complete with diamond-studded nipple tassels. It's truly a sight to behold.

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Here's One Movement Every Woman Should Be a Part of

Here's One Movement Every Woman Should Be a Part of

A healthy life starts with a healthy vagina. Literally. Yet, many women still feel too embarrassed or ashamed to take care of their intimate health—even when they know something's wrong. If that sounds like you, you should know you aren't alone.

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