Hot flashes. Night sweats. Mood swings. These are the symptoms that usually come to mind when you say the word menopause. But the so-called “change” can have other surprising and unwanted effects on your body and mind, says Mary Jane…
Topic: Women's Health
Research suggests that women experience more chronic pain than men. Yet many healthcare providers downplay or undertreat their symptoms. Learn effective ways to advocate for yourself and get the pain relief you need.
For most people, being pregnant is a time of excitement and joy. Worries tend to be about harmless things, such as tying up loose ends at work and packing a to-go bag. They shouldn’t be about your health — or…
Here’s why women don’t get the right answers or care after having a heart attack, plus what you can do to protect yourself.
Researching infertility treatments? Here’s guidance on the most common treatments to help you make the right decision for you.
Certain over-the-counter and prescription medications can make it harder to get pregnant. Here’s what you need to know if you’re trying to conceive.
Any new parent can develop postpartum depression. Here are some ways to reduce your chances and get the help you need.
hing so natural, breastfeeding sure can be complicated. These solutions can help you get past the common problems many new nursing parents face.
Having a new baby comes with all sorts of surprises — including some postpartum symptoms you might not have been expecting. Here are 8 you should know about, plus what to do if they happen to you.
When you’re pregnant, it’s natural to be on high alert for signs of anything unusual with your body. And there might be a lot of them.