As women age there are many medical issues which need to be addressed. Menopause, bladder control, thickening waistline… all sounds like fun, doesn’t it? While getting older may not be a laughing matter, there are many resources available to help ease the process.
Postmenopausal Australian women avoid intimacy as a result of a common condition.
Many women feel constantly over-committed; juggling obligations.
First important step is to completely understand what breast cancer is.
Aleeza Zohar explains how to manage your emotional health through menopause.
A Pap test every two years until the age of 70.
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