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Rise in breast cancer and Serge Benhayon’s 1999 prediction
We continue to keep ourselves in the illusion of the claim that we are winning the ‘war’ on breast cancer because we have better drugs and treatments which result in longer survival rates whilst still great many women are being diagnosed with breast cancer. Whatever smarty-pants answers we may come up with, they are not even worthy of mention and here is why…
Hey Girl – Robbie Boyd – Music Video
The innate beauty and wisdom of girls and women shines bright in this gorgeous music video from Robbie Boyd – ‘Hey Girl’.
Having a breast scan – What is it like?
Clinically, having a breast scan is a straightforward exercise but all those breasts are attached to women and the many lives they are part of, so what it is really like?
Women’s health: let’s talk more about our monthly period and endometriosis! – part 2
Women’s monthly period and any associated period and other reproductive problems are accepted as part of the menstrual cycle with little consideration given to why so many women struggle with this aspect of their health and wellbeing.
Women’s health: let’s talk more about our monthly period and endometriosis! – part 1
Women worldwide are struggling with period problems, endometriosis and other chronic persistent pelvic pain conditions. Yet these conditions have proven elusive when it comes to treatment which suggests we are not truly understanding the underlying nature of what is going on.
The suicide rate in older women: a real women’s health issue
What if the rate of suicide in older women was not a symptom of the ‘ageing’ process per se, but rather was far more multifaceted in terms of contributing factors?
Ovarian cancer – what’s happening to women? Reading the signs
What is happening to women today? We have access to the answers to all our woes, all we have to do is ask the question and the answer is always there waiting to be read.
The glorious simplicity of authentically being me
How one woman went from playing the game of life, imprisoned in keeping up appearances… best daughter, sister, wife, mother, friend, worker … to living ‘purely and authentically me’.