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Whether you’re searching for help with nutrition or a few quick tips for dealing with sunburn, you can find it all in our diverse, always helpful collection of women’s health articles. While cancer health is still a large focus here, this section was created as an informational women’s support group where fighters, survivors and loved ones can write about and discuss the issues they care about in an empowering, supportive setting.

Read what our community has to share, or if you’d like to write an article of your own and haven’t already signed up, join the Fight Like a Girl Club today!

I’m Dangerous

Those of us fighting Ankylosing Spondylitis or other illnesses know that every day is a test of our courage and strength. We question if today will be the day when we find a cure, our energy will be restored, or even if we will find a bit of relief for …

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One resolution you should keep!

Is one of your new years resolutions to lose those extra pounds, to be less scatter-brained, to get off the couch, or just to be happier? Well if any of the below common resolutions are yours, your body might be telling you something, and taking care of your liver might …

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A New Year, A New Hope for a Cure.

I want to talk about the battle that you go through and the hard decisions you have to make when you are living with Endometriosis. As we face a new year my resolutions are simple. Take care of myself, fight with all I have against this disease and pray for a …

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The Season For Health

I love this time of year. I love it for the festivities and the traditions, for the carols, lights, and gift giving. Some years I do more than other years – my decorating and baking frenzy ebbs and flows depending on my health (both physical and emotional.) This year I …

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Don’t Judge a Book by It’s Cover

I have heard a lot of comments throughout my 19 years of living with a Congenital Heart Defect and life threatening lung disease called Pulmonary Hypertension. Many of which have had to do with my scar or the way my voice sounds. A few times in elementary and middle school; …

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The Stages of Grief

I’m taking a subject that wasn’t what I had originally planned on writing about but the more I thought about it the more I thought that it’s something that I need to share with all of you. The subject is grief. When we think of grief we usually associate that with dying, but …

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Silli-Shields

It actually all started with wanting to have a baby, and since the normal way is not an option for me, I had to take fertility drugs, which led to irregular menstruation, which led to being prescribed hormone replacement drugs for three months in order to correct the problem. One …

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