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?
Sore shoulders in women; are our bodies speaking to us?
What our shoulders (and their pain) tells us about ourselves and how we are ‘shouldering’ life.
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.
Retroverted uterus – living life backwards
With retroverted uterus, ovarian cysts and endometriosis on the rise, can such issues with our female parts reflect which direction we are ‘living life’ as women?
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?
The prevention of breast cancer – the answer is in our bodies
Epigenetics and cellular science are showing that illness, such as breast cancer, is not random bad luck but the result of the environment within us over which we have enormous control via understanding the true impact of all our choices.
Breast cancer awareness month – is there more to current breast awareness?
Beyond thinking pink there is something women can do that deeply affects our breasts, their quality and our overall health and it’s free: self-nurturing.
A healthy lifestyle and breast cancer prevention
A healthy lifestyle and breast cancer prevention presents how we feel about ourselves may impact our ability to sustain healthy lifestyle choices.
BRCA genes – options for potential breast cancer prevention
Sharon Gavioli explores the current options for breast cancer prevention for women tested as positive for the BCRA gene. The article also touches on the current research supporting the importance of lifestyle choices in the prevention of cancer.