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  • Jan 14 2013

    Heart Palpitations & Panic Attacks in Perimenopause

    Last month I talked considerably about anxiety during perimenopause, a common and worrisome symptom for many women. This month, I thought I would extend the conversation to include heart palpitations and panic attacks, two other symptoms of per...

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  • Jan 07 2013

    Menopause, Fibromyalgia & Me: The Journey Begins

    You know how sometimes in life you have these great moments of insight into your behavior and you realize (usually much to your chagrin), that perhaps you may not have it together as well as you think you do? Like, maybe, you’ve been living in t...

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  • Dec 31 2012

    Blogging in the New Year

    Now that 2013 is upon us, it’s time to do a little blogging housekeeping to set the tone for the New Year. I’m a goal setter, as I’ve told you all before. I’m not much on resolutions because I never keep them, but goals? Love them. Granted, I don’...

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  • Dec 27 2012

    Menopause: The Ultimate New Year

    Christmas is over and the new year has finally rolled around again – my favorite part ofthe holiday season, actually. I see Christmas kind of likeMardi Gras, or bachelor and bachelorette parties. The great, big, last hurray before you have to knoc...

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  • Dec 19 2012

    God Bless Newtown, Connecticut

    Like every other American, I’m sure, I’ve been a little emotionally disoriented in the wake of the horrible tragedy which occurred in Newtown, Connecticut, last Friday, December 14th. I’ve tried to limit my exposure to the story by avoiding ...

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  • Dec 14 2012

    Eating for Wellness with Gluten Free Cherry Walnut Oatmeal Cookies

    Before the holiday season gets away from us, I wanted to pass on another recipe for holiday treats that won’t leave you feeling lethargic, achy with inflammation, and bloated from head to toe from processed sugar and bleached flour –gluten free, c...

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  • Dec 12 2012

    Jane Fonda Talks Menopause

    I saw American film actress, Jane Fonda, on the Katie Couric Show recently. Say what you will about her politics – and she and I are definitely not on the same page – but I love this woman. She’s an icon in my view, and I have enormous respect...

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  • Dec 07 2012

    The Link Between Progesterone and Anxiety in Perimenopause

    My blogging theme for December has officially become “anxiety in perimenopause.” Part of this is due to myfibromyalgia diagnosisand the mini crisis (read: anxiety) I’ve been experiencing as a result. The other part is due, as I havesaid in other p...

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  • Dec 04 2012

    Eating for Wellness with Chocolate Pomegranate Clusters

    Anytime you have “wellness” and “chocolate” in the same sentence, you know it’s going to be a good day! But I’ll confess, I’m a child in that way. As much as I value good health, wellness, and eating for wellness, I don’t want to sacrifice ple...

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  • Nov 30 2012

    Menopause, Fibromyalgia, and Eating for Wellness

    Continuing on with my posts on The Mind-Body Mood Solution, and menopause and fibromyalgia, I thought a great place to begin would be with the “Eating for Wellness” chapter. Especially since the holiday season is now upon us, and many of us (an...

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Magnolia is dedicated to empowering women to take responsibility for their own health.

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