This guide shows the current health screening recommendations for women. Screenings are crucial for detecting problems early, when they are most treatable. Use it to talk to your doctor about screening needs.
Pregnancy is a nine-month marathon. Getting in shape by losing excess weight can ensure a safer pregnancy and delivery, and a brighter future for your baby.
How often should you have — or desire — sex? Experts say there is no right answer. Sexual dysfunction simply refers to anything causing distress or interpersonal difficulty in the bedroom. If this issue is troubling you, find expert tips.
The Centers for Disease Control recommends routine vaccination for all females from 9 to 26 years old, although it’s best to get it at a younger age, so your body can build immunity over time.
In honor of International Women’s Day, here are some recommended health screenings for women throughout their lives.
Get the facts on how genetic counseling can help your pregnancy.
A new procedure removes and reconstructs the breasts at one time, easing the devastating physical and emotional effects of mastectomy.
From preventive screenings to simple goal-oriented tips, Cleveland Clinic experts chime in with their women’s health-related resolutions for the coming year.
Hyperemesis gravidarum is a type of morning sickness so severe that it put Duchess Kate of Cambridge in the hospital. Experts say most pregnant women with morning sickness do not get hyperemesis gravidarum. What causes this condition? Learn more.
Will you be “dashing through the snow” this holiday season? If you’re a woman, your answer is likely yes. But watch out — women are more vulnerable to stress than men. Get stress-busting strategies from our women’s health expert.