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The Female Athlete Triad: Energy Deficiency, Amenorrhea, and Osteoporosis
Nabil Ebraheim, MD
Chairman of Orthopaedics at the University of Toledo with a pa...
Eating disorders, amenorrhea, and osteoporosis affect certain groups of athletes, often occurring as symptoms to this syndrome
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Teen Girls Who Play Sports Should Watch Out For These Worrying Health Signs
By Lisa Rapaport, Reuters
The "female athlete triad" could have long-term consequences for girls.
How I Got the Body I've Always Wanted
Holistic Nutritionist, Personal Trainer and Lifestyle Coach sp...
On the left, you will see "Check out my eight-pack, you think I'm healthy and fit, but I am infertile and my bones are weak" Kate. On the right, you will see "Check out my boobs, I look healthy and feminine and my internal state reflects this" Kate.
Junior at Yale majoring in Art History
Getting my period meant I was healthy. And that was the problem. I didn't want to be healthy; I wanted to be skinny. And I wanted to be skinny more than I wanted to be anything else. When I was 11, a friend asked me what superpower I wanted. I told her I wanted to be invisible.
A Natural Approach To Pelvic Health: Join A Research Study!
Christiane Northrup, MD
Visionary pioneer in women’s health
Millions of women suffer from irregular, erratic, sluggish, heavy, lengthy, crampy, or difficult periods. It's so common that most women have been led to believe this is normal. It's not.
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