Catamenial Seizures
A Form of
An Inquiry into the
Safest & Most

Seizures specifically tied to
your menstrual cycle mid
cycle ovulation days, the days
right before menstrual flow, or
during flow days? Do you
have seizures from mid-cycle
right through to flow? Or has
seizure activity increased or
changed in your late 30s
and 40s? You might have a
form of premenstrual
syndrome (PMS) called
catamenial seizures. New
brain research, in this leading-
edge report, offers several
safe new remedies.

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What to do About
Losing Your Hair

Ten action steps to put in
motion and save your hair.
Current research
accompanies each action.
Restore the quality and
quantity of your scalp hair
with the latest knowledge
from bio-medical science.

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Fatness in Women:
How to get Control
& Eliminate this

Adiposity (fatness) is a
species-wide adaptation
which evolved to buffer
possible food scarcity in the
pregnant mammalian female.
It is a phenomenon not a

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Polycystic Ovary
Syndrome - 
Dysfunction or
Naturally Ocurring

Reach your goals of
menstrual cycles, pregnancy,
weight loss, optimism and
health with this science
packed 31 page report.

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Syndrome (PMS):
New Scientific
Evidence Points to a
Neuro-receptor Malfunction as the

If you have life-altering PMS
or postpartum depression,
don't waste time with psycho-
therapy. Or have your health
jeopardized with un-
necessary surgeries. Get this
report and the newest facts
straight from the world's
foremost researchers.

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Women and
Depression: What
Molecular Biology
is Discovering
about the Female
Brain that Improves

Get this up-to-date report on
the triad of premenstrual
syndrome, postpartum
depression and difficult
perimenopausal transition.
Waiting for the newest
information to filter down to
your doctor can take time you
probably don't have.

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Women and Depression
What Molecular Biology is Discovering about the
Female Brain that Improves Treatment

Author:                     Heather Ewart  

Links to Other Information on the Internet

CDC Fruits and Veggies matter
 Contains a calculator to determine the amount of fruit and vegetables one needs based on age, sex and physical activity. It also has a good page on what constitutes a cup.

CeMCOR: The centre for Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation Research
 CeMCOR's goal is to do good science that honours the voices and experiences of women. It is the only centre in North America that focuses on Ovulation and the causes for and consequences of ovulation disturbances.

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Eductional Books
 Buy educational books online from, India's largest online educational bookstore to provide educational materials and professional information.

International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists
 After purchasing and reading the eBook 'Women and Depression:..' you maybe interested in contacting a compounding pharmacist in your geographic area. The overarching non-profit organization of the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists has an excellent search tool on its homepage called "Help me find a compounding pharmacist".

Medical Malpractice Insurance
 Capson provides an easy, hassle free way of comparing and finding medical malpractice insurance.
 Provider of Medical Malpractice Insurance, competitive pricing, advice and service.

National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements
 Offers detailed information on the risks and benefits of supplements, along with tables that list food sources for each vitamin and mineral.

National Uterine Fibroids Foundation
 A nonprofit that offers information on hysterectomy and its alternatives.

 A service of the National Library of Medicine, USA Federal Government. Probably the world's largest biomedical and science information utility. PubMed provides access to over 12 million MEDLINE citations back to the mid-1960s and additional life science journals. The service includes links to many sites providing full text articles and other related resources. All of the scientific journal references used in the attached eBook 'Women and Depression:..' can be found by searching PubMed.