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Here's Everything You Need to Know About Menstrual Cups

Make the switch and close the loop on sanitary napkins!
You’ve probably seen the menstrual or so-called period cup all over Youtube and Instagram. And perhaps you're slightly intrigued by it, as more and more women are making the switch. Now, we're here for you! Here's everything you need to know about
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Pantone Just Debuted a New Color and It's Called "Period" Red

Yup, as in a woman's period!
Remember when you were in grade school and you had your "period"? Most likely, you quickly stashed your feminine napkin into your pocket and sneaked into the washroom whenever you needed to "change." Well, such behavior still remains, with some women feeling
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11 Girls Share What They Use Birth Control Pills For

Contrary to popular belief, birth control pills aren't solely for those who don't want to get pregnant.
A lot of girls are either too shy to share or are not knowledgeable about birth control pills and its uses. For most, it's just so sexually active girls can avoid getting pregnant. But there's more to birth control pills than the
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All the Things You Probably Didn't Know About Freezing Your Eggs

Mich Dulce shares a detailed account of securing her fertility.
No two egg freezing stories are the same, especially if they're done in different countries. Hearing about DJ and TV host Sam Oh's experience definitely piqued our curiosity about this procedure, and we've been itching to find out how other countries and
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5 Health Tests You Should Be Spending Your Christmas Bonus On

Health is (more important than) wealth.
If you're willing to invest on statement pieces for your wardrobe, there's no reason for you to skimp on checkups. Besides, visiting your doctor once a year for a routinary checkup can save you more money in the future! Here, we have
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Why I Had My Eggs Frozen

As told by TV and radio host Sam Oh.
Human oocyte cryopreservation (egg freezing) - a process in which a woman's eggs (oocytes) are extracted, frozen, and stored. Later, when she is ready to become pregnant, the eggs can be thawed, fertilized, and transferred to the uterus as embryos. (Source)I found out
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X Means Love

Read on to know fast facts about cervical cancer, a disease that affects 3 out of 4 women globally.
The letter 'X' is mostly portrayed as a negative letter, but this time, 'X' could mean something positive. Radio DJ and bride-to-be Andi Manzano is the latest ambassador of X Means Love, a campaign that aims to spread cervical cancer and Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)