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The editor-in-chief of Real Health magazine, Kate Ferguson believes in the importance of healthy relationships, both with ourselves and others. She's written extensively about these issues for the past 12 years for various lifestyle publications.
Women must educate themselves about uterine fibroids, which sometimes can cause fertility and reproductive health issues.
Gloria Richard-Davis, MD, talks uterine fibroids and their effect on fertility and pregnancy
Julie’s irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) caused her to either not be able to go to the bathroom or to not be able to stop going.
One third of adults between ages 65 and 74 experience hearing loss, but the problem has a simple fix.
When it comes to mercury content, what type of tuna is the safest to eat and in what amounts?
Evidence shows that a class of drugs called senolytics can inhibit many age-related illnesses, which might increase human longevity.
A look at the effect on women’s body image of photographs showing real people versus their altered selves.
Like many women, Ayesha Curry has days when she looks in the mirror and is satisfied with her reflection and days when she thinks otherwise.
Some educators believe sex ed for youngsters should also include sexual health services.
The short answer is yes. In addition, the microbes may help identify structural instability in buildings.
A pharmaceutical company is seeking FDA approval for a med to help aging eyes regain the ability to focus on nearby objects.
Elsa’s switch to the night shift at her hectic job aggravated her gastrointestinal symptoms, which became progressively worse.
Filmmaker Erica L. Taylor offered viewers a sneak peek at her upcoming documentary about uterine fibroids at the recent RePro Film Festival.
Writing by hand can help people learn to read and write more effectively than typing text or viewing videos.
What you put on your plate could make all the difference in helping to manage and control irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms.
A remarkable group of seniors called “superagers” performed as well as young adults on memory tasks.
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