Mental Health Day is on Saturday, May 28, 2012. It's all about finding ways to support your mental well-being and take care of yourself. Are you overdue? Read more to find out.
We've heard that exercise is good for relieving symptoms of depression. A new study suggests that walking could ward away depressive symptoms, too.
How many times have you felt a lump or had an itch or abrasion that you decided to look up on the internet? Often we regret doing so. "Dr. Google" doesn’t always get it right!
The K-E diet is the latest crash diet. This one is gaining popularity with brides-to-be as women are losing as much as 10-20 pounds in 10 days. How do they do it? They diet using a feeding tube!
A recent study in the journal of Pediatrics looked into whether moms who are obese or have diabetes more likely to have a child with autism or another developmental problem.
Bisphenol A (BPA) is getting more bad press these days -- this time on the female fertility front.
In a heartbreaking turn of events, a woman in southern England died just over a week after giving birth to triplets. Her husband said she was "on top of the world" in her last days.
At least 5.5 million women in North America have endometriosis, but it is a subject not discussed and often undiagnosed. Find out what you need to know about it.
Women eating their placenta isn't new and is called Placentophagy. It's been advocated and practiced for years. Studies show that it can help depression, is quite nutritious, increases milk production and even slows postpartum hemorrhage.