Monday’s Roundup: HPV vaccination does not hinder fertility in adolescents, & more...

Sep 17, 2018 | Kimberly Williams

 


Mondays: The only day you can wear the same exact outfit as yesterday without anyone knowing. Repeating your outfit will make you Monday bearable and so will our fresh, favorited articles from around the web.


Do you suffer from imposter syndrome or an inferiority complex? This bit of advice will change the way you see yourself.


“Just yesterday I poured over my finances and updated my monthly budget to determine how in the world I could ever afford a down payment on a house.” Undervalued and underpaid, one teacher from Missouri opens up about her profession and implications for the future.


Getting affordable and valuable healthcare in America is difficult for many people, but being LGBTQ+ can make it more complicated. This guide to finding the right doctor who is an LGBTQ+ ally will help you get the care you deserve.


“You’re so happy just not to have cancer, and feel like you should be grateful you’re alive — not complaining to your doctor that your chest doesn’t feel good.”  A new technique for breast reconstruction can relieve pain and discomfort.


A new study from Kaiser Permanente reveals that HPV vaccinations in adolescents does not hinder ovarian function and fertility over time.

 

“Silver hair is a rite of passage. Gray doesn’t mean you have lost your youthfulness; rather, it says, ‘Look at me, I’ve lived, I’m living and I’m owning the natural progression of my life.’” Four women discuss going gray.

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