It’s September, which means National Ovarian Cancer Awareness month is upon us once again. Ranking as the fifth most common cancer among women, spreading awareness is crucial to ensure early detection.
Polycystic ovary syndrome, also known as PCOS, is one of the most common hormonal endocrine disorders affecting 8-20 percent of women. Many of these women experience a wide variety of different symptoms due to hormonal changes in their body.
Your 20’s are an exciting time! These are the years where you begin to know yourself better and start to develop your health habits, for better or worse. Take control of your health with these 6 healthy habits for young women so that you feel and look better in the short term, and sustain a lifetime of healthy living in the long term.
It's strange, but when people see your pregnant belly they take it as a sign to give advice, tell stories, and basically tell you what to do without you even saying “hello”! With all of this - sometimes very unreliable - information floating around, it’s important to be informed about harmful food and drink choices during pregnancy.
August is National Breastfeeding Month, which was officially declared in 2011 by the United States Breastfeeding Committee. All month long, people celebrate the amazing benefits of breastfeeding, while continuing the fight to ensure women have the support they need to breastfeed.