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If you have ever thought that stress could be causing your sleep problems, you could be right.
If you’re trying to lose weight, you may have been told to try eating more slowly. That’s easier said than done for many of us who gobble our food without noticing how fast we’re eating.
We've been told and have believed for some time, that antioxidants reduce the risk of several health conditions by helping taxed cells in the body minimize or repair the adverse effects ...
During changes in season, our skin and scalp may develop dryness.
This year, I hope you were looking out for Dad's health on Father's Day by applying beer to his barbecue feast.
The genital herpes virus is a common sexually transmitted infection that usually manifests on the labia, perianal, anal, and inner thigh area of women as small painful blisters.
The incidence of syphilis, a sexually transmitted disease is increasing among gay and bisexual men, according to a recent federal study.
If you’ve ever had a throbbing, piercing or dull pain in the head, you’ve most likely experienced a headache just like the rest of the population.
Losing weight is hard. There are a ton of diets and exercise plans that can help those who want to lose weight, but there is no magic pill.
On June 6th, EmpowHER founder, Michelle King Robson will be speaking as a panelist at the S.H.E Summit conference during the Women & Entrepreneurs
Do you ever wonder if what you are eating is impacting your sleep?
Past research has shown us that there is a connection between getting enough sleep and maintaining a healthy weight.
Women who have early or premature menopause may be at risk for a decline in brain function later in life, according to research recently published by BJOC: An International Journal of ...
Most of us know that sleep is important, that in fact, it’s vital to our physical and mental health.
Skin cancer is by far the most common cancer type in the United States and it’s becoming increasingly more so, according to the Food and Drug Administration, which in 2011 launched an ...
When the long, hot days of summer descend upon the country, many children spend those days away from their families at summer camp.
The Environmental Working Group has been assessing American sunscreens for eight years.
Shopping today requires close reading of labels. If the label says "toxic-free," "natural" or "organic," what exactly does that mean?
If you are planning on having a home birth, you may be considering hiring a doula, a midwife or both. But what exactly are doulas and midwives?
Imagine fighting cervical cancer by harvesting immune cells from a patient's tumor, growing the cells in a lab and then infusing them back into the patient.
More and more Americans are becoming aware of the importance of vitamin D to our health, our bones and to our immune function.
Between 1930-1945, my grandmother gave birth at home to more than seven children.
If you’re suffering from anxiety, June is the month for answers.
Even though about 300,000 people live with scleroderma, many of us know nothing about this disease. Naming June as National Scleroderma Awareness Month is a strategic move toward ...
Wearable technology is a rather new phenomenon which has been gaining traction, in recent years, especially in the fitness community.
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!