How Your Underwear Affects Your Vaginal Health
The Truth About Menstrual Cups: Not All Are Created Equal
Can Leggings Cause Vaginal Infections?
Acupuncture: An Ancient Chinese Healing Practice Against PMS
Acupuncture and acupressure are Eastern healing treatments that stimulate certain trigger points on the skin to produce desired effects in the body. The therapies are very effective for a variety of medical conditions including menstrual cramps.
5 Foods to Avoid If You Want To Fight Endometriosis
5 Facts Men Should Know About Period
Is It Safe To Have Sex When You Have A Yeast Infection?
A Surprising PMS Remedy: Your Favorite Playlist
Can Teens Use A Menstrual Cup?
5 Common Feminine Health Myths Debunked By Doctors
Stay Up Late? It Could Affect Your Fertility, Experts Say
Did you know the amount of sleep you get every night may affect your chances of conceiving? The quality of your sleep has an impact on your health, mood, hormones and fertility.
What Women Should Know About Dioxins in Sanitary Products
According to the EPA, dioxins are the most potent synthetic carcinogens yet tested. Unfortunately, various levels of dioxins can be found in women's sanitary products, especially tampons.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Breast cancer … it’s a scary thought, and all too many women assume that it won’t happen to them. Fact is though, one in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime.
Don’t Eat These 5 Foods When You‘re On Your Period
Meet Your Reliable Health Indicator: Vaginal Discharge
Why Women in China Do Not Use Tampons
The Olympic swimmer Fu Yuanhui made waves in August 2016 in a post-race interview that she was on her period. She was lauded in the Western press for breaking taboos on periods and for “using her voice to challenge taboos about menstruation”.
Herbal Attack: 5 Plants To Relieve Endometriosis
What‘s The Anion Strip and How It Protects Your Health
Conventional pads are often irritating to the skin, their composition is not always known, and it is therefore not clear what chemicals can be released and stored in the body when you use them.
Most pads absorb a small amount of moisture, because of that, they must be often changed. Therefore, such pads can only be used by women whose discharge is not abundant.
3 Home Remedies For Urinary Tract Infection (Cranberry Juice is NOT One of Them)
Maybe you’ve heard other people’s urinary tract infections (UTI) nightmares: the friend who gets one almost every time she has sex; the 70-something aunt who struggles with recurring infections now that she is older. Or maybe you are dealing with symptoms seemingly out of the blue or after a weekend of hot tubbing.