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From alleviating symptoms of PMS and menopause to protecting against breast cancer and osteoporosis, the benefits of natural hormones are countless. And because natural hormones offer all the advantages of synthetics without the negative side effects or long-term health risks, mare and more doctors are recommending them to their patients. For women of all ages and all stag ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 1st 2000 by Perigee Trade (first published 2000)
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CHRISTINE CONRAD’s most recent published work is "Watermill Revisited,"a revealing and fascinating meditation on her relationship with Jerome Robbins and his ballet Watermill. It follow her novel “Mademoiselle Benoir” from Houghton Mifflin. Inspired by a true story and written in epistolary form, it received excellent reviews. It was preceded by her pictorial biography “Jerome Robbins: That Broadw ...more
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