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African-American women who have depression and other mood disorders often don’t get help. Learn why, and how to recognize the signs of common mental health conditions.
If you're depressed, you have a higher risk of developing heart disease later in life. Find out what you can do now to help yourself later.
Calcium supplements aren’t necessary for most women and could be dangerous. Learn why they aren’t good for you, and what you can do to keep your bones strong.
Have you ever felt like eating a piece of chocolate cake or a bag of chips after a stressful day at work? If so, you’re not alone. Studies show that stressful events activate systems associated with metabolism, cognition and reward.
Breastfeeding benefits babies and moms alike. Get tips and resources that can help build confidence for nursing moms.
Sex in marriage can become routine, less frequent or disappear altogether. Learn why it happens and what you can do to have a sexually satisfying marriage.
Dermatologist Crystal Aguh explains what you can do to prevent and slow hair loss.
Hair loss doesn’t just affect men. Up to half of all women will experience hair loss in their lifetime. Hair restoration expert Lisa Ishii answers question she frequently hears from women experiencing hair loss.
Mammographer Ginger Hill answers some commonly asked questions about how to prepare for your mammogram, who conducts them, who reads them and what happens after your exam.
If you were considering breast reconstruction as part of your recovery, but lymphedema is now a concern, there are several options to consider.
Women are more likely to have chronic pain, take painkillers and experience opioid dependence. Learn more about the risks of opioid use and what alternatives are available.
Learn about the procedures that make getting breast implants less painful or use your own tissue for breast reconstruction after a mastectomy.