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What you should be doing in your 30s for your reproductive health in your 40s

We are getting older and our bodies are changing daily as we age. Especially as women in our mid to late 30s, the signs of aging become more and more apparent. We begin to see those unsightly, disrespectful chin hairs. We may notice our hips getting a little wider and even experience hot flashes.

So, is there anything I should be doing when I begin to see those signs? What is really happening in my body as I edge closer and closer to menopause? Well, journalist & host, Cameo King sits down with Dr. Nike Shoyinka, MD, MPH, Medical Director of the Ingham County Health Department to discuss the realities of reproductive health for women in their 30s.

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