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Fertility and age
Women’s fertility is limited by time. Fertility changes over the course of women’s reproductive lives, decreasing as they get older. A woman’s ability to get pregnant starts to decline many years before she reaches menopause.

Self-care tools for managing stress
Because most people have some stress in their lives, everyone needs some basic stress-management tools. It may not be possible to avoid stress, but it is possible to give yourself the best opportunity to cope with it.

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A Question of Health

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Missed or infrequent periods

Your period can be considered a vital sign. It’s a sign that your body is in a healthy enough state to support a pregnancy. This month, Women’s Health Matters spoke to Dr. Yolanda Kirkham, a gynecologist at Women’s College Hospital, about missed or infrequent periods.

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Walking more may reduce risk of functional limitations from knee osteoarthritis, study finds

June 20, 2014 - New research suggests that for people with knee osteoarthritis (OA) – or people at risk for OA – walking more may reduce the risk of physical limitations. A new study found that walking about 6,000 steps per day may protect against these limitations...

Combination of diabetes and low socioeconomic status linked to poor breast cancer screening rates

April 11, 2014 - New research shows that women with diabetes may be less likely to be screened for breast cancer, especially if they have low socioeconomic status...

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