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Every few months we read about how excessive sitting is bad for your health.
Imagine that you’re preparing your husband’s favorite meal. He walks through the door at dinnertime and you greet him. Suddenly, and without any provocation at all, his mood changes.
Despite widespread anti-bullying campaigns in schools, there is still no 100 percent effective way yet to prevent bullying and its devastating consequences.
A recent study in the journal ...
The month of March is National Nutrition Month.
Condom use has been around for a very long time. The earliest known illustration of a man using a condom is in a cave in France, according to Planned Parenthood. It is 12,000–15,000 ...
A newly released study found that babies who have been born preterm may benefit from more exposure to adults talking.
Do you enjoy a glass of wine at the end of a long day? You're not alone.
As women our beauty comes from our energy and joy of life! When we feel good on the inside it shows on the outside.
Electronics and technology make life simpler in many ways, but when it comes to sleep we could do without the distraction and light of our cell phones and tablets.
In a perfect world we would all eat more whole foods, but until then, knowing more about what we're tossing in the grocery cart is important.
A few weeks ago it came out that the food chain Subway had the ingredient azodicarbonamide in their sandwich buns.
Pregnancy is the first time many women may experience heartburn. Heartburn is one of the most very common complaints during pregnancy.
Winter is still going strong despite the fact that it's already March. Continued cold weather means more dryness, cracking and irritation to our skin.
I was listening to NPR this week and heard the announcer talking about a big medical news story that pricked up my ears.
Is there really a “middle child syndrome”? Does birth order really make all that difference? Are middle children really, truly neglected and forgotten compared to older or younger siblings?
Sibling rivalry is what happens when feelings of jealousy and competition erupts between brothers and sisters, often leading to fights and arguments.
When I watch the Olympics I am always amazed at how fit the competitors have to be just to get there, whether they win a medal or not. I don’t excel at any of those sports.
If this frigid, bleak winter has you longing to jet off to a tropical island to reap the benefits from a coconut, you may have to go no further than your local grocery store.
As we wrap up February it is important to remember to take care of our hearts year-round. February is American Heart Month, where awareness is heightened around cardiovascular disease.
The five main gynecological cancers are cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal and vulvar.
Women learn to hide their problems and shortcomings at a young age, so it comes as no surprise that many women are so skilled at concealing their struggles with eating disorders.
A new study which included more than 38,000 people from 10 different countries found that children delivered via Cesarean section may have an increased risk of being obese later in life.
Nerve pain can be caused by inflammation or damage to the nerve either from chronic conditions like diabetes or damage from an infection, injury or surgery.
If you have diabetes, you may be at higher risk of a stomach disorder known as gastroparesis, or delayed gastric emptying.
In honor of American Heart Month, CEO of the American Heart Association Nancy Brown reflected on the past half century of U.S. awareness-raising for heart health.
EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!