Advice for women whose biological clocks are ticking



Women should talk to their doctors about their reproductive health concerns.
That’s the message behind a new educational campaign by supermodel Rachel Hunter, called "Women in Balance: Health, Sexuality and Hormones."
Hunter, in her 30s and a mother of two, joins a medical advisory board of renowned reproductive health experts to draw attention to the reproductive health needs and concerns of women ages 35-44.
According to a nationwide survey of 3,200 women, those ...

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