TeleWellnessMD Blog

Why Some Women Find Good Sleep Tough to Get

Researchers rule out menstrual cycle as the culprit

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Stress May Take Greatest Toll on Younger Women's Hearts: Study

Female heart disease patients under 50 were 4 times more likely than male peers to show effects, study found

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Earlier Hormone Therapy May Pose Less Risk for Menopausal Women

Starting treatment around onset of menopause seems to lower threat to heart, study says

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Menopause symptoms

Hot flashes, brittle bones, vaginal dryness, and sleep problems are among the many symptoms associated with menopause. Some women go through these changes with ease but for many others, including those who've had ovaries removed surgically, menopause symptoms can be dramatic.

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Weight loss success stories- featured client testimonial

Cheena is a TeleWellnessMD client, who shares her inspiring journey to wellness and 20 pound weightloss success story.

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Women With Migraine May Face Higher Threat of Heart Disease, Stroke

Researchers say it should be considered an independent risk factor for future heart trouble

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4 Top women's health issues, risk factors and 10 prevention tips

Heart disease, breast cancer, osteoporosis and diabetes are some of the top women's health issues in the United States.

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What your body type means — endomorph, mesomorph and ectomorph

What does your body type mean and what does it say about your health?  Let's examine the characteristics and health indicators of the three basic human body types: the endomorph (round/soft) the mesomorph (athletic/muscular) and the ectomorph (slim/petite).  

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Lab panels — what can blood tests detect?

What can blood tests detect?  Basic and comprehensive lab panel results help your healthcare provider properly identify what is causing your health issues and make qualified recommendations for solutions.

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Breast cancer risk factors, prevention, diagnosis and treatment

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women.  With some basic knowledge of breast cancer risk factors, prevention, diagnosis and treatment options, you may be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, which could save your life, or your loved one's.  

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