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Women's Health Articles

Whether you’re searching for help with pain management, nutrition, information on women’s health, or a few quick tips for your emotional well being and mindfulness, you can find it all in our diverse, always helpful collection of feature articles and personal stories written by women for women. Fight Like a Girl Magazine was created to be insightful as well as supportive as we continue to empower women fighting cancer and other health adversaries, serious injuries, mental health disorders, domestic violence, addiction, societal issues, and other life challenges.

Fruits for Diabetics: It’s Total Carbs That Count

One myth that many new diabetics embrace is the idea that fruits are off-limits. While it’s true that fruits are higher in natural sugar than most vegetables, fruits are also a good source of fiber, which helps to moderate the rise in blood sugar that occurs after a meal. On the other hand, some fruits are naturally low in sugar and may be a better choice, since you can eat more of them. What are the best diabetic-friendly fruits?

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Fitness Trends for The New Year

Fitness Trends for New Year

Just as there are clothing and fashion trends, trends in fitness change too. No one wants to do the same workout over and over, so it’s exciting to see what’s new in the fitness world. Fitness Industry Trends: Fast and Hard is In According to a recent poll conducted by …

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Spotlight: FLAGC Member Allison Awarded by the NCWA

The Fight Like a Girl Club would like to spotlight one of our members and Power Story writers, Allison Healy, who was recently awarded by the National Collegiate Wrestling Association for her bravery in battling multiple serious medical conditions, including RSD/CRPS, Gastroparesis/Intestinal Dysmotility/DTP, and POTS/Dysautonomia. Allison was chosen for the award after …

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The Light at the End

You may or may not have noticed my absence the past couple of months. The fault is entirely my own, and to be honest it’s because I just couldn’t find the words. Ironic for a writer when words are what you depend on. But after every negative pregnancy test I became more …

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The Great “What If?”

Something I have found lately since starting infertility treatments is that I am much more sensitive to people’s comments now. I completely understand that a lot of people don’t really think about what they say before they  say it and of course a lot may not know our situation but …

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