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The Wounds You Cannot See Women Veterans and PTSD

We have been sending soldiers off to war down through history, and through the years, many have returned with unseen wounds. We ...

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YMCA Open for Business in Agawam: A New Model of Fitness Fun

Agawam patiently waited and the wait is over, as the Agawam YMCA Wellness and Program Family Center is open and ...

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Abused and Homeless: A Rising Reality for Western Mass Women

When high-profile cases of domestic abuse against women make national headlines, it becomes a “cause célèbre”, electrifying the internet with ...

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Gluten-free Living

Society has recently become more and more educated on gluten-free diets and its benefits. Many individuals are forced to start ...

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Santa’s bag is full of books for cooks this Christmas!

Mrs. Claus and I have been very busy testing recipes from the following list of cookbooks......all the dishes we made came ...

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November & December Women's Community Calendar

WBOA TO HOLD NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER BREAKFASTS WBOA will be holding their monthly breakfast meeting on Thursday November 20th at 7:45AM at the Summit View ...

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Ladies That Dine Review Mill On The River- South Windsor, CT

Ladies That Dine is a Meetup.com group that consists of local women that dine out once a month to find good food and ...

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The Buzz - Holidays

HOLIDAY SKATING PARTY The Mullins Center Community Ice Rink is getting into the holiday spirit by hosting a Holiday Skating Party on Sunday, ...

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Cover Stories

The Wounds You Cannot See Women Veterans and PTSD

Wewomenveteransptsd3 150x150 From the Current Issue have been sending soldiers off to war down through history, and through the years, many have returned with unseen wounds. We have long acknowledged the struggles of solders and veterans who experienced mental and emotional crises… Read more…

A Letter from the Editor

Happy Holidays

dswinney 213x300 From the Current IssueWe are smack dab in the middle of the holiday season and as we refl ect on our many blessings and make plans for the new year, the staff of Western Massachusetts Women’s Magazine wants to thank you. Yes, you! As a staff we count our readers among those we are thankful for. Read more…