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Women’s Health

Want to know your breast cancer risk? Talk to your doctor

October 16, 2018 — (sponsored content) Regular checkups with your healthcare provider can help determine when cancer screening is right for you By Lauren Glendenning Brought to you by Kaiser Permanente A woman's chance of surviving breast cancer increases dramatically the earlier the cancer is detected, but because breast

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3 tips for early detection of breast cancer

October 25, 2016 — By Katie Coakley, brought to you by Kaiser Permanente. You might have seen those pink ribbons popping up around town. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, designed to not only help those affected with the disease through early detection, education and support services, but also

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Maintaining a woman’s active lifestyle

August 15, 2016 — By Jessica Smith, sponsored by Kaiser Permanente Maintaining a healthy lifestyle isn't something that just occurs naturally. You have to work at it, plan it and then incorporate it into your daily life. Women deal with a particular set of health risks and issues, many

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How to motivate your partner without sounding like a nag

August 15, 2016 — ! You want to run but your buddy is done? Consider this advice for encouraging an unmotivated partner, constructively. Make sure the activity is something you both still enjoy. Place high value on the relationship. Convey an attitude that says, I want to be with

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4 reasons why to have a workout buddy

August 15, 2016 — ! When 44-year-old Beth Bershader first began exploring easy day hikes with her husband, Keith, in the 1990s, she never could have imagined they would climb the 100 highest peaks in Colorado. Every single one. The Bershaders conquered their 100th summit in September as they

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6 things women can do to reduce the risk of heart disease

August 15, 2016 — ! After having a heart attack, Laura Sterner lost her means of managing her life-threatening condition. Then she found Kaiser Permanente. Living without health insurance was about to catch up with Laura Sterner. When Kaiser Permanente cardiologist Chris Lowery, MD, first saw this new patient,

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