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There are many migraine treatments beyond Advil and Tylenol, including supplements and wearable devices. Here’s what’s out there. Pain relievers When headaches strike, it’s best to treat them right away. For some migraine patients, over-the-counter medications are sufficient. Sian Spacey, director of the University of British Columbia Headache Clinic, suggests starting with an anti-inflammatory, like
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I started taking the pill in my teens. Most of the girls I knew at my high school were prescribed it, too, whether or not they were sexually active. My doctor told me that there were other benefits aside from preventing ovulation and avoiding pregnancy: It would make my period lighter and the cramps less painful.
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Permanent forms of contraception are covered under provincial healthcare in Canada, but is a tubal ligation or salpingectomy right for you? An expert weighs in. Let’s start with a quick physiology lesson so we’re all on the same page about reproduction: The ovaries are each connected to the uterus by a fallopian tube. During typical
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