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  • What if you find a Lump? Breast Cancer

    What if you find a Lump? Breast Cancer

    Breast cancer isn’t what it was 20 years ago. Survival rates are climbing, thanks to greater awareness, more early detection, and advances in treatment. For roughly 250,000 Americans who are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, there are plenty of reasons to be hopeful.

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  • Prediabetes: You Can Turn It Around

    Prediabetes: You Can Turn It Around

    It’s when your blood sugar is higher than normal, but not high enough to be called diabetes. You won’t necessarily notice any symptoms -- you can have it and not know it. A simple blood test can tell you if you do. You’re at risk if you’re overweight, over 45, and you don’t exercise. It makes you more likely to have type 2 diabetes and heart disease, but you can take steps to change that.

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  • What Every Woman Should Know About Her Heart

    What Every Woman Should Know About Her Heart

    Heart disease is the most common serious health issue among both men and women in the U.S., but it doesn't affect them the same way. Some heart conditions are more likely to happen in women, and symptoms of others can be different for the two genders. It’s important to know what to watch for and how to protect yourself as you get older.

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  • How Much Caffeine Is in That?

    How Much Caffeine Is in That?

    Caffeine can affect you in many ways. It can: Boost energy, memory, and athletic performance, Ease headaches, Help prevent constipation and type 2 diabetes, Protect against brain diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s

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  • High blood pressure (hypertension) and pregnancy

    High blood pressure (hypertension) and pregnancy

    Your blood pressure (measured in millimetres of mercury, or mm Hg for short) is recorded regularly during your pregnancy. It is recorded as a higher (systolic) pressure and a lower (diastolic) pressure – for example, 120/70 mm Hg, or 120 over 70.

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