Nailed It

Most of us think of a trip to our local nail salon when we think of ensuring our nails look their best However, our body’s overall health can often times be reflected in our nails’ appearance and can offer insight into potential health concerns, if […]

Senior Supplements

The best vitamins to take as you get older are ones that supplement your diet. However, each person has unique needs, since individuals absorb nutrients from food differently. To learn your concerns, have a blood test done every six months to identify vitamins in which […]

Anxiety and Depression

Though Lucille Ball might have you think that listlessness and general despondency can be solved with a spoonful of Vitameatavegamin, depression and anxiety are serious and surprisingly common mood disorders suffered by millions of women in the U.S. alone. According to Mary Raymond, a Family […]

Balancing Act

Adult acne, mood swings, and weight gain—oh my! Sure, mood swings, weight gain, fatigue, skin issues and even depression and anxiety sound like typical hormonal symptoms the average, healthy woman experiences from time to time—but are they signs of something more? According to the Women’s […]


Cancer Scares

There’s one word we all hope to never hear from our doctor and that’s “cancer.” While keeping away from the doctor’s office altogether can help avoid hearing that ominous term, it ultimately only postpones and exacerbates any potential problems that could have been treated before […]

Birth at 40

More women over 40 are having babies, letting the biological clock tick a bit longer than ever before. With medical intervention, it’s not uncommon to have a healthy pregnancy, delivery, and recovery after 40, however, it’s not the same as doing it at 20 or […]

Menopause Pains

So, it’s started. You’re experiencing hot flashes, you’re tired all the time, your breasts are tender and you’ve likely felt at least one of several other uncomfortable symptoms, including decreased libido, irregular periods, urine leakage, and vaginal dryness. It’s called perimenopause and it’s the precursor […]

A Bigger Mission

Breast cancer survivor and director of the St. Joseph’s Cancer Institute in Stockton, Charlene Smith uses her personal journey with breast cancer to transform cancer treatment. Charlene Smith, 58, was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 31. She underwent a mastectomy, radiation, and chemotherapy to […]


Anyone Can Come

UOP mobile Medicare clinics help beneficiaries save thousands This fall, University of the Pacific (UOP) will host 14 free mobile clinics throughout the Central Valley and Northern California to assist Medicare beneficiaries with making informed decisions about their Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. Beneficiaries […]

Miracle Mover

Fat grafting grants our wishes Almost every woman on the planet has, at one time, wished for magic powers that allow her to move fat from unwanted, to desired, areas. No need for a genie in a bottle, as Fat Grafting and Fat Transfer easily […]

The Heart of the Matter

Your heart works hard to keep you in top form. It feeds oxygen-enriched blood and circulates nutrients throughout your body, maintaining balance beat by beat, to ensure you live a long and healthy life. But there are problems that sometimes plague the heart, and it’s […]

Hello? Understanding Hearing Loss and Treatment Options

Hearing loss is a complicated ailment. Not only do sufferers lose part, or all, of their hearing ability, it can lead to depression, anxiety, and paranoia. Those who struggle to hear are also more likely to turn down invitations for social outings. Hearing loss, however, […]

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