Are Pap Tests Becoming  Obsolete?

Are Pap Tests Becoming Obsolete?

Since 2012, gynecologists have asked women to schedule a Pap smear every three years, instead of annually. But is it…

Sex & Menopause

Sex & Menopause

What women should know about intimacy and midlife changes If there’s one message that Lauren Streicher, MD, wants to share…

Mary Wood Molo, MD

Mary Wood Molo, MD

Women’s Health Consultants Infertility or recurrent pregnancy loss can be heartbreaking for women and couples who are trying to start…

What Doctors Know: The leading cause of female infertility

What Doctors Know: The leading cause of female infertility

By Bonnie Ward, UC San Diego Health As women, we’re used to hearing jokes about our fluctuating hormones causing problems.…

Hold the cranberries: UTI myths explained

Hold the cranberries: UTI myths explained

Source: Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com The myths about preventing and treating a urinary tract infection (UTI) are many, but let’s get…

How  Hysterectomies Happen

How Hysterectomies Happen

The rate of hysterectomies in this country has led to innovative procedures By Ruth Kaufman Hysterectomies are happening quite often. Their…

Teen Dating Violence Victims Suffer Long-Term Health Effects

Teen Dating Violence Victims Suffer Long-Term Health Effects

By Megy Karydes “They grab you, touch your butt and try to, like, touch you in the front, and run…

What Your Body Is Telling You In Your 30s and 40s

What Your Body Is Telling You In Your 30s and 40s

By Morgan Lord When we women leave our 20s and enter our 30s and 40s, we finally peak—comfortable in our…

When Things Get Steamy

When Things Get Steamy

Can Vagina Steams Aid in Vaginal and Uterine Health? By Megy Karydes Spread your legs wide, she instructed. I obliged,…

The Benefits of Kegels

The Benefits of Kegels

Is there really one exercise that can prevent pelvic floor disorders? By Emily O’Brien Kegel exercises. Popular for potentially being…