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Playing a Part on World AIDS Day

By Lydia Ziegler (she/her), 16 years old, editor December 1, 2023 Each year on December 1, we recognize World AIDS Day to commemorate the lives lost to AIDS, as well as to mark the progress that has been made. For example, there are now medications available that help 1.) prevent

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An OB-GYN Talks About Health Equity and Menopause

Menopause is a nearly universal experience for middle-aged women. And most women will experience some physical, mental, and emotional changes in the years before and after the end of their menstrual cycles. Although vasomotor symptoms, such as night sweats and hot flashes, are common in most women, their duration and

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Choosing A Peptide Synthesizer: Things You Must Consider

For each investigation, choosing the right peptide synthesizer can be challenging. When you want to do peptide synthesis, you should consider a synthesizer for it. Synthesizers have the power to perform multi-compound synthesis easily and effectively. But only the purification of a single compound is carried out. But before opting

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Ways to Increase Low Testosterone

Testosterone is a sex hormone that your body produces. Typically, men produce more than women. Some men may have low testosterone levels. This is known as hypogonadism. Your hormone level decreases as you age. Certain medications and health conditions can also affect you, including: Cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy. Testicular

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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 246

Research of the week Low-carb, time-restricted diet early plays in type 2 diabetes. Lithium alters the locomotor activity of bees. Menopausal women who strength train and take vitamin D have better outcomes for sarcopenia. Light pollution prevents baby turtles from finding the ocean. Say “hello” and “thank you” throughout the

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The Value of Gender-Affirming Care

By Nathan Shurts (he/him), 17 years old, editor November 15, 2023 Have you heard about Transgender Awareness Week? The week leading up to Transgender Day of Remembrance (November 20), a day meant to honor trans lives lost to violence, is a time to increase visibility and awareness about transgender people,

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Fall 2022: MY Personal Appreciation Accounting

Here in the northeastern US, fall is a time of harvest and abundance. A season when we naturally feel led to celebrate the generosity of Mother Earth and a time to collectively breathe deeply and give thanks for all that has enriched our lives over the past year. Gratitude lists

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Options for Covid Vaccines – HealthyWomen

Covid vaccination is the best way to help avoid serious illness, hospitalization and possibly even death from Covid. Covid vaccines are generally well tolerated and can give you peace of mind that you are helping to protect yourself and your loved ones. What vaccines are available for adults? A protein-based

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How Ballet Fitness Can Be Beneficial For Seniors

Ballet fitness is a unique form of exercise that has gained popularity in recent years. It combines the grace and elegance of ballet with the strength and conditioning of physical training. Although it may seem like an exercise reserved for young dancers, ballet fitness can benefit older people. This blog

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