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Millennial Women: Understanding the Links Between Heart Disease and Depression

If you're depressed, you have a higher risk of developing heart disease later in life. Find out what you can do now to help yourself later.

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Recognizing and Getting Help for Mood Disorders

The symptoms for a bad mood and depression can be similar.

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Nutrition & Fitness

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The Benefits of Having a Healthy Relationship with Chocolate

Are you and chocolate on the outs? It may be time to make amends. Find out how having a balanced relationship with chocolate may be good for your overall health.

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5 Protein-Packed Foods for Healthy, Meatless Meals

These alternatives could help reduce your risk of heart disease and other chronic conditions.

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Sexual & Reproductive Health

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What Really Helps You Bounce Back After Pregnancy

Many women want to lose baby weight and start a new workout after giving birth. Learn what’s realistic, and the best ways to feel like yourself again.

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Think You Can’t Breastfeed After Implants? Think Again

Johns Hopkins expert Gedge Rosson, M.D. debunks the myth surrounding breastfeeding after breast surgery.

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Wellness & Rejuvenation

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Hair Loss: It’s Not Just a Men’s Health Issue

Hair loss doesn’t just affect men. Up to half of all women will experience hair loss in their lifetime. Hair restoration expert Lisa Ishii answers question she frequently hears from women experiencing hair loss.

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Got Adult Acne? Get Answers from an Expert

Acne isn't confined to the teenage years.

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Conditions & Health

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New Breast Reconstruction Advances

Learn about the procedures that make getting breast implants less painful or use your own tissue for breast reconstruction after a mastectomy.

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Mammograms and More: Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women. A Johns Hopkins expert provides screening recommendations that may lead to earlier detection, less aggressive treatment and a higher rate of survival.

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5 Health Problems You’re Actually Not Too Young For

Health problems associated with older age are affecting younger women. Learn what you can do to prevent these five diseases from occurring now and in the future.

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Understanding Your Mammogram Report: Answers from Experts Lillie Shockney and Susan Harvey

Johns Hopkins breast imaging experts Lillie Shockney and Susan Harvey answer questions about common findings in mammogram reports.

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