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The troubled legacy of feminine care products

The troubled legacy of feminine care products

Washes and wipes remain popular, especially among Black women, even though doctors say they are unnecessary and potentially harmful. May 31, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. EDT (Advertising Educational Foundation; iStock; María Alconada Brooks/The Washington Post) The Honey Pot Co., one of several Black- or women-owned intimate care brands that have risen in popularity in recent …

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Vickie Dunlevy survived bladder cancer in 2020 and is now back on her paddle board. "I love to stay active," she said.

Dell Medical School trying to end desert in Austin bladder cancer care

Dorothy De La Garza had frequent urinary tract infections. Then she was told she had “an overactive bladder.” “Everyone assumes a woman is leaking because she’s old,” the 78-year-old from Austin said. After years of being on antibiotics on and off, and going to both a urologist and her primary care doctor for the same …

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