Don’t Let The Internet Make You Sick

If you’re like me, and most every woman I know, you race to Google every ache, pain or unusual physical symptom that pops up.



Occasional Dry Eye: The Often-Ignored Menopause Symptom

While hot flashes, loss of libido and sleeplessness always are associated with declining levels of estrogen and other hormones during menopause, occasional dry eye is another common symptom that gets little, if no, attention! Recognizing the importance of our eyes to our overall health and well being, FabOverFifty is partnering with EyePromise during Menopause Awareness Month.

Both men and women past the age of 50 experience increased dryness in their eyes, but the condition is nearly twice as likely to occur in women,” says Sean Mulqueeny, O.D. of Mulqueeny Eye Centers in St. Louis. “It’s a result of the decrease of the hormone androgen, which causes the eyes to lose moisture.”


Would You Want To Know If You Had Alzheimer’s?

That’s a hard question. On one hand, yes, so that I could prepare my family and make sure that they understand about this dreadful illness. But on the other hand No, because it would make me miserable and the thought of my mind becoming nonfunctioning would scare and depress me every second of every minute of every day.” Pamela Martin

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“There’s No Way I Could Have Syphilis!”

“There’s no way I could have syphilis,” you say. “That’s what YOU think!” I say.

Deb, in her 70s, had a long-term affair with a man (we’ll call him Eddie) who used to make frequent business trips to Bangkok with his boss, and he told her, more than once, how Mr. Boss Man would pay to have sex with teenage girls. “The girls would be on show behind one-way glass,” Deb remembers her boyfriend telling her, “and his boss would choose the one he wanted.”

A few years ago, Deb’s doctor recommended that she have an STD panel (as in sexually transmitted diseases), to rule out the possibility that she had syphilis, among other diseases.  “I told my doctor that was crazy, how could I possibly have syphilis,” Deb said, “but she responded that women or men who’ve had unprotected intercourse (anal, oral or vaginal) with more than one partner should be tested, so I went ahead and had my blood taken.” (more…)

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How To Combat Acid Indigestion Naturally

It’s likely you or someone you know has experienced acid indigestion, more commonly known as heartburn.lead


[Giveaway] Stay On Top Of Your Sexual Health With Lubrigyn!

If you’ve been using bar soap or body wash to cleanse your intimate areas, you’ve been washing your body all wrong!

Your vaginal tissue needs a far more delicate cleansing and hydrating treatment, so we’re excited to offer five lucky ladies the chance to win the best treatment we know, called Lubrigyn. Made in Italy, its line of feminine care products is tremendously popular with European women, and now it’s available in the US! Each of the five winners will receive: (more…)

“Take Back The Bedroom” On The Balancing Act

Mark your calendars for this Thursday morning, ladies!

Dr. Alyssa Dweck and Dr. Michael Krychman are kicking off a 5-segment series, called “Take Back The Bedroom,” on The Balancing Act. The first segment, appropriately dubbed “Vagina 101” will air Thursday, July 7 & 14 at 7:30am ET/PT on Lifetime. Both doctors specialize in women’s sexual health, and we’re excited that these important discussions about women’s health, during and after menopause, are getting the attention they deserve!

What To Do If You’re Uncomfortable Driving At Night

Geri is one of the 40% of people over 40 who feel uncomfortable driving at night. See why she avoided driving after dark, and what she did to start feeling secure again behind the wheel!

Changes to our eyes occur gradually, over decades, until we suddenly realize we simply don’t see as well as we used to. As we age, our pupils shrink and dilate less in the dark, which reduces the amount of light entering our eyes. This can even make it seem as if we’re wearing dark sunglasses at night. (more…)

The Important Truths About Alzheimer’s Disease

This is sponsored content written by FabOverFifty in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association. All opinions are of FabOverFifty.

Over 5 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease, and by 2050 that number is projected to reach as many as 16 million, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. More than two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer’s are women.


June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, and we want to bring you some important truths about this progressive and fatal brain disease.

geri“It’s time to break the taboo and talk about Alzheimer’s,” says Geri Brin, founder of “When I interviewed Dr. Keith Black, head of Neurosurgery at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, I learned a great deal about this horrific disease, including the new tests and treatments that are becoming available to us. As our generation ages, it’s important for us to understand all our options for coping with Alzheimer’s.”
spacerThe sixth leading cause of death in the U.S., Alzheimer’s cannot be prevented or cured. This fatal disease progresses by attacking and killing nerve cells and tissue in our brain, affecting one’s ability to remember, think and plan. (more…)

[GIVEAWAY] All-Natural Pain Relief From Noxicare

Common pain relievers such as acetaminophen, ibuprofen and other NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) can cause serious health problems, from permanent liver damage to increased risk of heart attack and stroke, reports the renowned Cleveland Clinic. Today, we’re excited to introduce you to Noxicare, an all-natural pain relief solution, made from turmeric, willow bark, holy basil, rosemary, ginger, boswellia and alpha lipoic acid.

Traditionally used in Eastern medicine, turmeric has a number of long-term pain relief and anti-inflammatory properties, to alleviate conditions including arthritis, athletic injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, neuropathy pain associated with diabetes, musculoskeletal disorders and tension headaches.

Available in both a cream and a capsule, Noxicare can be used for daily relief. If you’re experiencing site-specific, acute pain, try the cream, the only topical formula with turmeric. The capsule is best used for general, overall pain.


Four lucky ladies will win a three-month supply of Noxicare Cream ($86.85 for three 3.5 fl oz tubes).


By entering this giveaway, which is sponsored by Herbal Health Care (HHC), the makers of Noxicare, you agree to receive emails from FabOverFifty and HHC.

Want a free, full-size sample of Noxicare Cream? Call 1-888-386-9898 or email


4 FOFs will win. (See official rules, here.) Contest closes June 15, 2016 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.