The Seven Domains of Women's Health

with Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones

Being healthy is more than just your physical health. Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones and her guests discuss and take your calls on all the aspects that contribute to women's health. You'll also get some great ideas how you can improve your health and the health of your families.

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Hormonal Birth Control and the Risk of Breast Cancer

Dec 21, 2017

Low-dose methods of contraception, such as birth control pills, IUDs, and implant, have been found to increase the risk of breast cancer in women. Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones talks about these new findings from a Denmark ...

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Putting Off Your Pap Smear? Do it from Home

Dec 14, 2017

A pap smear screening is one of most effective ways of preventing cervical cancer. But the screening can be frustrating to do regularly—and downright uncomfortable to have performed. Women's expert Dr. Kirtly Parker ...

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What Exactly Are Syndromes?

Dec 7, 2017

There can be confusion between syndromes, symptoms, and diseases. A disease usually has a defining cause, distinguishing symptoms and treatments. A syndrome, on the other hand, is a group of symptoms that might not always have a definite cause.

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Healthy Ways to Cope with Anxiety Disorder

Nov 16, 2017

We all can become anxious sometimes. But what if you feel anxious all the time? Anxiety disorders are diagnosed twice as frequently in women than in men. Women expert Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones talks about some of the ...

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Practicing Mindfulness to Manage Hot Flashes

Nov 9, 2017

Hot flashes and changing hormones can cause aging women a lot of sleepless nights. Women's expert Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones speaks with acupuncturist

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What is a 'Normal' Birth?

Nov 2, 2017

No woman wants an 'unnatural childbirth.' But what is defined as a 'natural' or 'normal' birth? Women's expert Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones talks with a certified nurse midwife

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Acupuncture Can Treat Hot Flashes

Oct 26, 2017

About 85 percent of aging women experience hot flashes during menopause. Hot flashes can last for years and can be very uncomfortable. Dr. Kirtly Jones speaks with

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