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It’s that time again—when health-conscious eaters everywhere are faced with tables full of mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, pecan pie and eggnog.
With COVID-19 cases rising and flu season looming, it’s more important than ever to keep our bodies strong.
When Jacqueline Weeber felt menopause overtaking her life, she tried to tackle it alone. Success came only when she sought help.
Having a women's health specialist look at the whole picture made all the difference for this 46-year-old.
Patients need to feel comfortable talking to doctors about this important aspect of their personal health—and doctors need to encourage the talk.
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.
Proper sun protection and good care is your best line of defense. But if trouble arises—do you know what to look for?
Nourish your body from the inside out with these tips from a doctor in the know.
Sexual health is an important part of overall well-being. It takes time and work to keep it anything but dull—but it's worth the effort.
The Mediterranean diet may hold the key to symptom management in midlife and beyond.