Did you know that African Americans are at increased risk for health problems caused by diabetes? This February, learn about type 2 diabetes risk factors.
Heart disease is certainly not just "a man's health issue." By the time a woman is 65 years old, her risk is the same as a man's for this number one killer.
HPV infection...cervical dysplasia...cervical cancer...what every woman needs to know about lowering her risk.
If you sleep more, have less energy, lose interest in sex, are less productive, and tend to gain weight in the winter, you may have seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
According to the American Heart Association, 85 percent of American women don't know that heart disease is their number one health risk.
Helpful hints for holding onto your health and well-beingâ€”for all the important women in your life!
Don't let OA of the knee keep you from doing the things you love. Reduce your risk for osteoarthritis.
Don't suffer menopause symptoms in silence; talk to your health care provider and try these helpful hints.