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  • Yoga tools that raise your game

    Yoga tools that raise your game

    To enhance their yoga practice, many people use tools to achieve correct poses and avoid injury while building strength, flexibility and balance.

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  • Why some women are always cold

    Why some women are always cold

    Are you cold all the time like many women? Learn the health conditions that could be causing your cold intolerance and when to call the doctor.

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  • How meditation can address women's health issues

    How meditation can address women's health issues

    Learn how mindfulness and meditation can help women reduce stress levels, induce calm and improve mental and physical health from the experts at Providence.

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  • Valentine's Day: A time to deepen relationships with others

    Valentine's Day: A time to deepen relationships with others

    Romance isn’t everything. This Valentine’s Day, take time to show your friends and family how much you care.

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  • Spotlight on our Women & Children’s Clinical Institute

    Spotlight on our Women & Children’s Clinical Institute

    The Institute ensures that patients receive greater gynecological health, safer deliveries and healthier newborns.

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  • Signs of a Pelvic Floor Disorder you don't want to ignore

    Signs of a Pelvic Floor Disorder you don't want to ignore

    If you have pelvic pain, incontinence or painful sex, it may be time to seek treatment for a Pelvic Floor Disorder (PFD).

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  • Fibromyalgia: Seeing the illness behind the pain

    Fibromyalgia: Seeing the illness behind the pain

    Fibromyalgia is a chronic health condition that causes pain all over the body along with other symptoms. Learn how it affects women and how to manage it.

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  • 5 things hospitals can do to keep women from dying during childbirth

    5 things hospitals can do to keep women from dying during childbirth

    Far too many women in the U.S. die during and after childbirth. Providence St. Joseph Health's Amy Compton-Phillips offers some advice to protect women during childbirth.

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  • Care for yourself while you care for your new baby

    Care for yourself while you care for your new baby

    After your baby is born, setting aside some "me" may be the most important thing you can do for both of you.

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  • 5 Things to Know About Breast Reconstruction Surgery

    5 Things to Know About Breast Reconstruction Surgery

    Weighing the decision of a breast reconstruction surgery after cancer or another health condition can be difficult. Here are 5 things to know.

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  • 3 tips to help You cope and thrive with lupus

    3 tips to help You cope and thrive with lupus

    Living with lupus can be a day-to-day challenge. Here are three tips to help you cope and thrive with lupus.

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  • Show mom your love: 5 gift ideas for Mother's Day

    Show mom your love: 5 gift ideas for Mother's Day

    Check out these gift ideas for showing mom some love on her special day.

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  • 10 Greatest Myths About Breast Cancer

    10 Greatest Myths About Breast Cancer

    Early detection is the best protection. Breast cancer found early can usually be treated successfully.

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  • Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Bec Rawlings, bareknuckle boxing champion

    Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Bec Rawlings, bareknuckle boxing champion

    They call her the Queen of Bareknuckle Boxing, Australian flyweight mixed martial artist, Bec “Rowdy” Rawlings. We had a chance to catch up with Bec Rawlings to talk about the adversities she’s faced.

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  • Grandparents can provide crucial support within the family

    Grandparents can provide crucial support within the family

    Grandparents can provide the ballast some families need in navigating the choppy waters of parenthood.

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  • Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Selita Ebanks

    Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Selita Ebanks

    Our focus on female empowerment continues with Selita Ebanks, model, actress, philanthropist, and a role model for women everywhere.

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  • You caught your teen vaping. Now what?

    You caught your teen vaping. Now what?

    Prepare yourself to have an open and honest discussion with your child about the risks of vaping.

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  • Skin tags are an irritant but should be treated with respect

    Skin tags are an irritant but should be treated with respect

    It's wise to mention to your health care provider the growth of skin tags.

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  • Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Olympic medalist Lauren Sesselmann

    Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Olympic medalist Lauren Sesselmann

    Lauren Sesselmann has played soccer at the highest levels. We ask Lauren about her accomplishments, the adversity she’s faced, and the work she’s doing to lift women up.

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  • How to apologize to your teen

    How to apologize to your teen

    A sincere parental apology can be an opportunity for role modeling as well as repairing a relationship. Here are some secrets for doing it well.

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