Breast cancer is different in pre- and postmenopausal women. Here’s what you need to know about the relationship between breast cancer and menopause.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects as many as 5 million women in the US. Here’s how it can affect you at each phase of life.
Here are 7 things you might think you know about ovarian cancer that are actually myths — and the realities behind this type of cancer.
Read about how breast reduction surgery can address back pain and other discomforts from heavy breasts, like pain from bra straps and skin irritation.
Have you been dealing with pelvic pain for too long? Is heavy, frequent, or irregular uterine bleeding disrupting your life? Have you avoided pursuing other options because nothing has worked so far?
If so, a hysterectomy – a surgery to remove the uterus and cervix – may be recommended by a gynecologist.
A primary care physician should play a big role in your health and care. Here are 7 roles a PCP fills — and why you should have one.
It is important to take care of your health, and that starts with understanding your health risks and recommended screenings at each stage of your life. With the guidelines constantly changing and varying opinions, it can be tricky to keep track! Annual exams and testing can save your life whether you are 21 or 65.
Taking time for self-care during pregnancy can keep you and your baby healthy — and also keep your mental health in check. Here are 6 self-care ideas.
If you have dense breasts, your annual mammogram is a helpful tool to screen for breast cancer. Learn more about mammograms and breast density.
You have postpartum insomnia — your baby may be sleeping through the night, but you’re not. Why is this happening, and what can you do about it?