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Updated on September 30, 2021 by healthlines
Learn more about the different scenarios that can cause hair loss in females and how to combat hair loss in these situations. Hormones, hair loss and menstrual cycle. Women have been joining the gig workforce at a rapid… Read More
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Updated on October 5, 2021 by healthlines
Why are so many pregnant women not taking the vaccine? Vaccination to prevent Covid-19. Pregnant people are among the most vulnerable to natural disasters. Climate change is making it worse. As we face the highly transmissible Delta variant… Read More
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Updated on July 18, 2020 by healthlines
People around the globe are having way fewer babies. By the year 2100, that might turn into a pretty big problem for humanity, rather than the relief one might expect. Reorganize societies! The world is ill-prepared for the… Read More
Updated on August 30, 2021 by healthlines
The key to protecting against the reproductive and sexual effects of Covid-19 is to get vaccinated. De avondklok past bij de uitzonderingstoestand die we over onszelf afroepen. Het laat zien dat het virus niet onze vijand is maar… Read More
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Updated on October 18, 2021 by healthlines
Dat het volkomen vanzelfsprekend is dat het gas altijd aangaat en het licht altijd werkt, heeft er wellicht ook toe geleid dat we niet al eerder hebben geïnvesteerd in alternatieven. All the old vices – from sex to… Read More
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