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    Margaret Jaworski

    Margaret Jaworski is a freelance writer and has traveled all over the world covering medicine, health, science, business, real estate and travel. Her articles have appeared in publications including Crains' New York Business, Family Circle, Ladies Home Journal, Redbook, CNN Traveler, ForbesTraveler.com, Reader's Digest, Natural Health, Healthy Living and many more. She is also a contributing editor at Success Magazine and lives in New York.
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    How to Manage Air Travel and Allergies

    For many people, traveling feels like a chore. For children and adults with allergic reactions to food, particularly severe peanut and tree nut allergies,...

    Understanding VVA- Vulvar and Vaginal Atrophy

    VVA By Margaret Jaworski  Don't press pause on your sexual health Aging gracefully doesn't mean accepting discomfort or pain as an inevitability. For the most part,...

    Don’t Put Your Sex Life on Pause

    Actress Virginia Madsen wants to help women find the words to talk to their doctors about pain during sexual intercourse, a problem that affects...

    Going to the Max

    A father fights for his son and other kids facing cancer

    Cellphones for soldiers

    In honor of Memorial Day, help give soldiers stationed far away the freedom to call home The messages to Cell Phones for Soldiers say it...

    Jeanine’s joints

    By Margaret Jaworski Photo Courtesy of Jeanine Yutani: Jeanine Yutani (far right) with fellow riders Justin Baker and Laurie Miller Three years running, Jeanine Yutani biked...

    Painkillers for Back Pain Linked to Erectile Dysfunction

    By Margaret Jaworski Regular use of opiod prescription painkillers is associated with a higher risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) in men, according to a study...

    Bacteria and back pain: Can antibiotics alleviate the pain?

    The causes of lower back pain are varied, sometimes vague and often complex. And according to two studies published in the European Spine Journal,...

    Courage by Design

    A Daughter's Caring Creates A Gem of an Idea By Margaret Jaworski When Stephanie Hansen first learned that her mother, Sue, had breast cancer, she struggled...

    Cyberhugs: Easing the Isolation of Chronic Pain

    Online forums offer much needed virtual support. By Margaret Jaworski When she received an invitation to participate in an online workshop for chronic pain sufferers, Karin...

    Footwear Relieves Arthritic Knees

    Flexible soles slow down knee osteoarthritis By Margaret Jaworski Relief for knees swollen and stiff from osteoarthritis looks like a shoe-in. The results of a soon-to-be...

    Living Easier with Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an immune disease characterized by inflammation of the lining of the joints (synovium). By Margaret Jaworski The persistent inflammation leads to painful...

    Heads Up!

    Medical Societies Release Top Five Lists of Don'ts By Margaret Jaworski As part of Choosing Wisely, a national campaign by the American Board of Internal Medicine...

    Pain in the Brain

    Abnormal Brain Activity Linked to Psychological Illness by Margaret Jaworski "It's all in your head." The comment, usually meant as a dismissal of unexplained physical symptoms,...

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