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Women's Life

Desiree Ramirez, editor

 

Youth is no protection against ovarian cancer

Cancer is arguably the second most fear-inspiring word in the English language, behind shark. One out of three people in the United States will develop cancer in their lifetime. Unfortunately age, family history, and lifestyle are not useful indicators as to who will develop cancer. Women have specific cancers to be on guard against: breast cancer, cervical cancer, and ovarian cancer. According to statistical data one out of every 50 women in the United States will develop ovarian cancer. The threat of ovarian cancer to the HPU female student body is real, and age is no protection. My wife graduated from HPU in 2002 and less than four years later, at the age of 26, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. [More]


The enlarged ovary is a phase of ovarian cancer.

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The Inner Circle not for the sexually shy

In 1948 Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey, a professor of zoology at the University of Indiana revolutionized the nation’s views on sexuality when he published his controversial book Sexual Behavior in the Human Male in which he analyzed and scientifically explained the physical needs and desires of a typical man. Despite the dry, scientific tone of the book, the content struck a nerve in American society. Kinsey linked man’s sexuality to animal sexuality, and although some were appalled, people became more educated on a topic that had been taboo. [More]


Yoga postures tone the body's muscles, glands, and internal organs.

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