Tag Archives: Women’s health

Women’s orgasms are even more fascinating than we fathomed

Katrina Clarke | July 6 |CBC Life Some women tense up, others moan and some… sneeze? The female orgasm is a complex physiological process that involves everything from muscle contractions to flushed skin to hormone release. And while most women’s … Continue reading

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Blood sisters: Do women’s menstrual cycles really sync up?

Katrina Clarke | April 26, 2017 | CBC Life There’s something about menstruation – maybe the universal braving of cramps and bloating – that promotes a feeling of solidarity among women. Perhaps an extension of that is the feeling of … Continue reading

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We talked to the guy who created the period-sealing glue that sexual health experts are blasting

Katrina Clarke | March 14 | CBC Life If a Kansas chiropractor has his way, you could soon seal your labia shut. Mensez is an in-the-works product that looks like a tube of lipstick and is applied to the labia minora. … Continue reading

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Free the period: Why some women choose to free bleed

Katrina Clarke | March 10 | CBC Life Joelle Barron isn’t afraid of a little menstrual blood. “I just always was more comfortable without anything on,” said Barron, now 26, a writer and doula who lives in Kenora, Ont. “(Though I) … Continue reading

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Kate Middleton’s post-baby bump sparks debate over what ‘normal’ women look like after giving birth

Katrina Clarke | July 25, 2013 | National Post Criticism of the Duchess of Cambridge’s post-baby bump is sparking a global discussion about the need for greater understanding of what happens to women’s bodies during pregnancy. Before the new mother … Continue reading

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