Women's health directory    

November 2007


Feeling fearful that you just won’t be able to find the time to workout the way you need to this holiday season?

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You’ve heard it before: “wide load,” “child-bearing hips,” “big butt!” Well, you can hone down that out-of-control rump if you’re willing to work out just a little bit every other day. But, wait… It gets even better! While you’re at it, you can tone your flag-waving triceps and hamstrings (back of your legs).

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Mesotherapy, a type of removing unwanted fat with just a few series of simple injections has been attracting thousands of patients nationwide, in the hope of permanently taking off their excess fat.

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Bigger boobs, why? Huge breasts don’t make you smarter, taller or less likely to get cancer. And still breast size enhancement tops the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s 2006 list as the number one cosmetic surgical procedure performed on women.

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It’s official: They can rebuild you. While you were busy puzzling out the sci-fi mysteries of Bionic Woman the show, bionic woman the reality has been brewing in science labs and doctors’ offices across the country. These days, researchers are boldly going where no one has gone before when it comes to the art of human reconstruction.

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We may be loath to admit it, but most of us have at least one bad habit. And while some bad habits — such as smoking — can pose serious health risks, others like nail biting, throat clearing, and knuckle cracking are really just plain irksome (for us and for the people that love us).

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No matter how you feel about epidurals, you still need to have some information about them. I’ve seen lots of women decide before labor that epidurals were exactly what they wanted only to find out they couldn’t have one. Don’t get left in that rough spot.

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IPOH: Breast cancer is on the rise and the patients are getting younger, said Ipoh Hospital surgery department head Dr Stephen Jacob.

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Choose a supportive practitioner. No matter wherther you use a doctor or midwife, be sure that your practitioner has lots of experience in caring for women who want to have an unmedicated birth.

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You may be getting wiser with age, but getting older also puts you at an increased risk for developing diabetes.

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