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Moondance Nonfiction - Winter 2001 Table of Contents

by Sylvia McDonald

In the summer of 1992 my eight-year marriage was falling apart. Neither my husband nor I wanted to admit that, so we bought a 1985 Oldsmobile station wagon with a third seat instead.

by Joanne D. Stanko

Just when my life had settled some, and I'd published the last issue of my newspaper and told my readers I was going to work on my book, I found myself lying on the kitchen floor, numb, unable to move or speak. I closed my eyes and tried to get a perspective of the scene taking place but nothing would register. Fear washed into my throat as I faded into unconsciousness.

Unanswered Prayer
by Kim Rapier

The doctor pulled the drapes back across and I heard her slowly close the door. Lying back I asked myself, why was I here? That was easy to answer. I was a 39-year-old whose body couldn't get pregnant. Will it work this time?

Herbs for Women
by Gail Edwards

As women we face unique health issues. From puberty through menopause we deal with hormonal fluctuations, monthly menses, ovulation, pregnancy, and lactation. We may suffer from pre menstrual, or menopausal tensions, including irritability, mood swings, bloating, breast tenderness, uterine discomfort, headache, nausea, insomnia and general malaise. Some of us deal with uterine fibroids, breast and ovarian cysts, yeast infections, cervical dysplasia, vaginal dryness, and incontinence.

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