For women at midlife, commitment to a healthy lifestyle is an essential component of physical, sexual and mental well-being.
Midlife and menopause will conjure plenty of mood swings and emotional turmoil. Sometimes an expert therapist is your best course of action.
You can't change your body's biological response to stressors, but you can change your behaviors.
Feel like you're alone and adrift amid hot flashes and menopause? Friends and family—and your health care provider—should be ports in the storm.
Understand why your body is undergoing this process and you'll soon be a step closer to squelching that unwelcome heat.
When life gets hectic, use these save-the-hips tips for avoiding temptation.
Study: A gene involved in male hormone production may affect development of the condition.
Zinc oxide, a compound typically used for hospital wound care, may find new life as an active ingredient in deodorant.
It's a decade or more from approval, but the experimental contraceptive is showing promise in its ability to safely lower sperm production.
While certain genetic mutations can increase a woman's chances of a diagnosis, three specific actions can help offset the risks.
New research puts to rest old fears.
There's help available for women experiencing menopause symptoms related to mood.
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