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4 Ways to Avoid This Holiday Season Weight Gain

It’s often reported that people gain anywhere from five to 10 pounds during the holidays. However, studies suggest that adults in the United States only gain about one to two pounds on average between the months of November and January (1). Even this modest weight gain shouldn’t be dismissed. The holiday season is a time of year for family and fun. Unfortunately, it’s also a time for over indulgences that can lead to weight gain. For…

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7 Questions About Menstrual Period

Females are born with two small, grape-shaped ovaries inside of your belly on either side of your uterus. Ovaries are filled with hundreds of thousands of eggs. When you reach puberty and you are becoming a woman, your ovaries make hormones (especially estrogen) that cause breast development and menstrual periods. The pituitary gland in your brain releases chemical messengers (FSH and LH) called gonadotropins, that “tell” your ovaries to release a mature egg once a month….

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Sanitary Napkin Latest Technology

Angels Secret brings to the table safe, super-absorbant and all-natural sanitary napkins with integrated negative ion technology. The sanitary products market is a minefield. With young women being more conscious about the products they use. Angels Secret with negative ion technology If a woman is not careful during her menstruation cycle, she can become more susceptible to some gynecological diseases that may impact her quality of life. Not to mention the discomfort of cramps, migraines, PMS,…

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Why Women are Changing Their Pads To Angels Secret

WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) has reintroduced legislation to study the health effects of feminine hygiene products. The Robin Danielson Feminine Hygiene Product Safety Act (H.R. 1708), directs the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to determine through research whether feminine hygiene products that contain dioxin, synthetic fibers, and other chemical additives like chlorine, colorants and fragrances, pose health risks. Given the present lack of research there is no way of knowing if diseases such…

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Cravings During PMS

Turns out those weird PMS-induced food cravings make perfectly logical sense when we consider the effect our fluctuating hormones have on our brain chemistry. Those food cravings are often a result of out of control hormones, which in turn affect our cravings, and even the type of food we crave. The Menstrual Cycle Without getting too scientific here, we’ll go over some basic period-related body changes. The menstrual cycle is typically 28 days, although each woman’s…

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Do you have vaginal burning sensation?

A vaginal burning sensation is an abnormal condition of the vagina often caused by inflammation or infection of the vagina, genitals, or urinary tract. Because these structures are very closely located and related, what may feel like vaginal burning may actually be burning or discomfort occurring in the vulva or external genital area. Vaginal burning sensations vary in intensity depending on the underlying cause and individual factors. The burning sensation can be constant or only felt…

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Feminine Product Facts
pain during menstrual periods

What’s Really in Those Sanitary Pads and Tampons? In the featured article, Andrea Donsky, founder of Naturally Savvy and co-author of Label Lessons: Your Guide to a Healthy Shopping Cart, reveals how little we’re told about the materials in feminine products. In fact, tampon and sanitary pad manufacturers aren’t required to disclose ingredients because feminine hygiene products are considered “medical devices.” When Andrea called Procter & Gamble directly to discover the contents in their Always Infinity…

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Sanitary Pads and the Chemicals in Them
sanitary pads and the chemicals in them

Overview The chemicals used in sanitary pads, tampons and diapers raised concerns throughout the world — particularly near the turn of the 21st century — due to questions about the safety of certain chemicals used in their manufacture, as well as the environmental issues of disposing of them. Because of potential risk factors, some women have opted for organic sanitary pads as an alternative and others have decided to use reusable sanitary pads. Dioxin A bill…

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