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Some call it ‘Spin.’ We call it: Exposing The Truth.

The New York Times positioned Michael Sitrick as a “spin master” this morning, insinuating there was no spin that could fix the Harvey Weinstein mess. As a PR and communications maven for the last four decades, it’s been my personal…
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There are Alternatives to Prescription Drugs for Painful Sex and Vaginal Dryness

Katie Thomas’s article published in the NY Times this past Monday, “Prices Keep Rising for Drugs Treating Painful Sex in Women, describes how “pharmaceutical companies get away with marking up drugs used to improve women’s sex lives…
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Suzi's Sexy Secrets: What Don't You Know About Your Period?

Even if you think you know everything there is to know about your period, some of these facts may surprise you... When you were young, you might not have gotten the full scoop on your period until it showed up for the first time in gym class…
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Suzi’s Sexi Secrets

Suzi asks Gynecologist and health educator, Dr. Machelle Seibel, about the importance of vitamin D Do you know your vitamin D level? Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin. Since 10 million Americans over age 50 and over 40% of the entire population…
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You Are Never Too Dry to Try How Do I Know if I Need A Vaginal Moisturizer?

Dr. Machelle M. Seibel, founder of My Menopause Magazine, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Massachusetts Sexuality continues to be an important part of a happy and healthy life.  Until very recently, medical companies…
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Just douche? No! Think Before You Douche.

To douche or not to douche? That is the question. And it’s a question that’s been up for much debate. On one hand, douching is a way to clean the vagina—especially from semen after sex or sand at the beach. On the other, douching has been…
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Suzi’s Sexi Secrets

Suzi asks Founder Dr. Machelle Seibel about Menstruation, Infection and the pH Connection Dr. Mache Seibel, a professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School has written a song to help women understand that there’s a pH connection…
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Inspired & Desired: Sex After Menopause

By The North American Menopause Society: The Menopause Guidebook It’s no secret that once a woman goes through menopause, her sexual desire can decrease drastically. But women don’t need to settle for a life without sex just because they’re…
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Stress, Orgasm and Sleep Send out an SOS

For women entering menopause, sleep can be a constant challenge and sex is the perfect solution. Sex increases estrogen release in women, which has a positive impact on REM sleep. Sex is a natural way to decrease stress and can help with the…
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Vaginal Strain of Probiotic Lactobacilli, L. Reuteri RC-14, in Pro-B, Balance Yeast and Bacteria

According to Gregor Reid, PhD MBA Probiotics and Prebiotics Professor The human body contains trillions of bacteria outnumbering human cells 10 to 1. Microbes inhabit just about every part of the human body, living on the skin, gut, nose and…