• What it feels like to go through early menopause at 32
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    What it feels like to go through early menopause at 32

    When Denise Harding went through the menopause aged 32, she could never have imagined the toll it would take on her body and her mental health.

  • Why PMS symptoms affect some women more than others
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    Why PMS symptoms affect some women more than others

    It's all to do with your brain.

  • Here's why some men can't grow a beard
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    Here's why some men can't grow a beard

    Bum fluff it is then.

  • Is the solar eclipse to blame for your weird period this month?
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    Is the solar eclipse to blame for your weird period this month?

    The moon has been associated with the menstrual cycle throughout history.

  • This is how to stop your period for a holiday
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    This is how to stop your period for a holiday

    No more spending half of the holiday nipping to the loo.

  • Mum opens up about little-known breastfeeding condition D-MER, but what is it?
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    Mum opens up about little-known breastfeeding condition D-MER, but what is it?

    D-MER is often misdiagnosed as post-natal depression

  • Putin says he doesn’t have off days 'because he’s not a woman'
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    Putin says he doesn’t have off days 'because he’s not a woman'

    He said that "that’s just the nature of things".

  • Here's why a bad night's sleep makes you hungry
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    Here's why a bad night's sleep makes you hungry

    Forget puffy eyes and poor productivity, lack of sleep can play havoc with your hunger levels!

  • Life-saving products to get you through your period
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    Life-saving products to get you through your period

     The things you usually keep close by to ensure you make it through your period alive are usually as follows: a tub of Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough, a hot water bottle, and some emotional support from your best friend via Whatsapp.But the internet is a wonderful place, and there are some products you probably didn’t even know existed that can help get you through the week.Check out these things – available everywhere from Amazon to Etsy – to stock up on before it approaches.Why we won’t be trying the latest period product – a labia sealing lipstick7 foods to chow down on to give you an energy boost

  • Science says eating yellow foods makes you happier
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    Science says eating yellow foods makes you happier

    Yellow food is food of the gods, from macaroni cheese to pancakes or eggs - and now that the days have got colder and darker, we’re getting ready to stuff our faces with it more. According to research by The Happy Egg Company, eating yellow foods releases high levels of happy hormones as we associate bright colours with happiness. Macaroni cheese came next in popularity, followed by bananas and pancakes, and over two thirds of us want to see more yellow food in our fridge.

  • Here’s why you shouldn’t be drinking coffee in the morning
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    Here’s why you shouldn’t be drinking coffee in the morning

    Nothing quite beats that first-thing caffeine fix. Research gathered by Ph.D candidate Steven Miller at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda and reported by Metro reveals that that the human body is on something called the circadian clock: a sort of 24-hour hormone cycle that is generally regulated by sunlight. At around 8 or 9 a.m., the day’s first dose of cortisol - a stress-related hormone that makes us feel alert and awake, in a similar way to caffeine – is released, then again between noon and 1 p.m., and then once more between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m.

  • Science Says A Good Cry Can Help You Lose Weight
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    Science Says A Good Cry Can Help You Lose Weight

    Talking to PopSugar, leading stress expert Dr Pete Sulack, explained that an emotionally charged crying session can help you shift a few extra pounds. It’s all to do with the fact that tears contain stress hormones. Well, cortisol is the stress hormone that can make you feel anxious, panicky and can cause your body to cling to belly fat.