NSAIDs: How Safe Is this Medicine Cabinet Staple?
Caffeine isn’t all bad or all good.
I grew up in a household with almost no filter and very open dialogue about all things vagina and vulva related. As cringeworthy as it was at times, I’m grateful…
Study suggests cervical cancer and HPV related disease could be eradicated due to impact of “herd immunity”
With the COVID-19 pandemic, many areas of our lives have shifted to being virtual – especially work. More and more people are working or going to school from home, which…
Maria Shriver discusses a new partnership to fund research that focuses on females with the disease
What Do We Know about Fertility and Pregnancy after Breast Cancer?
Dr. Debra Patt M.D. of The US Oncology Network discusses 3 things women can do to reduce their risk of breast cancer
Many Americans don’t eat enough protein as they age increasing their risk of osteoporosis and other health conditions.
Dr Rowan Chlebowski from City of Hope reviews new study on the impact of a low fat diet and survival from breast cancer.
2 experts in breast cancer rehabilitation share their insight into the benefit of this safe, effective form of exercise.
Walking in nature is good for your mind, body, and soul. Longtime hikers describe their love of the activity.
Stay hydrated to stay healthy.
The familiar adage Laughter is the best medicine is true for most people.
Behind the headlines about the US prescription opioid crisis lie complicated choices around pain.
Tips for optimal sun protection during golf, biking, swimming, and other outdoor pursuits
This stir fry can be made with any vegetables you have on hand.
With food allergies and sensitivities on the rise, are we at odds with our food?
Maintaining muscle strength through regular exercise as we age can help combat natural muscle loss, or sarcopenia.
Trail running is a fast-growing sport that offers women fitness, stress relief, and community.
Endometriosis – when tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus grows outside causing pain and bleeding.