If you are a woman with low vitamin D levels, taking a supplement may increase your ability to get pregnant. But recent research suggests that too much vitamin D actually may be harmful. Find out what you need to know about finding the right dose of vitamin D to aid fertility.
There are steps you can take when you’re pregnant to help control blood sugar levels and ensure a healthy pregnancy. Find out more about how to avoid gestational diabetes.
If you’re experiencing the symptoms of menopause, you might be tempted to try soy-based foods or herbal supplements to get relief. But do these so-called plant-based therapies really work?
Why do women who live together have their periods at the same time? It’s a persistent story among women that doctors and scientists have worked to unravel.
Your heart races, you’re sweaty and you feel anxious. Get answers to seven key questions about the possible link between menopause and anxiety or panic attacks.
Over-the-counter bladder supports now available are helping many women take control of stress urinary incontinence. Find out more about how they help stop embarrassing leakage.
Women with stress incontinence can experience urine leakage because of any increase in intra-abdominal pressure, including a cough, laugh, or sneeze. If you have stress incontinence, one of the two most common types of incontinence, midurethral sling surgery can offer an effective option.
Cases of the human papilloma virus (HPV) — a sexually transmitted disease with a proven link to cancer — have fallen since a vaccine to prevent the disease was introduced in 2006, a new study says.
Discover the facts about uterus transplant. Learn why it gives women with uterine factor infertility their only chance to carry a pregnancy.
If you are older when you go through menopause, you may have a lower risk of depression later in life, a new meta-analysis says.