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    Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Here’s How to Reduce Your Cancer Risk During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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    Breast Cancer Awareness Overview Serena Williams reminds us to touch ourselves. The Centers for Disease Control remind us that breast cancer can happen to younger women. The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine reminds us that...
    Pelvic Pain in Women

    The Causes of Pelvic Pain in Women and Ways to Treat It

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    Tammy Wynette sure knew what she was talking about back in 1969—sometimes it is hard to be a woman. Especially when it comes to pelvic pain. Men experience pelvic pain, too, but it’s far...
    women and chronic pain

    Women & Chronic Pain: Talking About Pain in Daily Life

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    Physical pain is not the only thing that those who live with chronic pain manage on a daily basis. Over 100 million Americans coping with chronic pain know just how true this is. This seems...
    breast cancer pain management

    Take a Personalized Approach to Breast Cancer Pain Management

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    As if the emotional distress from living with cancer isn’t hard enough, patients (and survivors) also have to find relief from their physical pain. In honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it's...
    Serena Williams sings for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Serena Williams Ushers in Breast Cancer Awareness Month Through Song

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    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and internationally renowned athlete Serena Williams ushered in the month with a critical reminder for women: touch ourselves. https://www.instagram.com/p/BoUJN25na2Y/?taken-by=serenawilliams In the video, Williams sings the 90s Divinyls classic "I Touch...
    Black woman fighting chronic pain

    Why is Fibromyalgia So Prevalent in Women?

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    Fibromyalgia affects about 4 million adults in the United States, which is about 2% of the adult population. While the cause of fibromyalgia is not known, but it can be effectively treated and managed. There...