If you're like millions of women who get them regularly, you can spot a urinary tract infection (UTI) a mile away. Let's get to the root of how and why UTIs happen in the first place and talk about ways to stop them naturally.
With new health guidelines recommending colorectal screenings for those 45 and older, now's a better time than ever to learn how to care for your colon so it can do its job well. Here's how you can combat illness in this essential organ.
Whether you're in the throes of perimenopause, wondering why youstopped getting your periodin your 20s or 30s, or simply want to know how balanced your hormones really are, there's a path that can get you answers: the dried urine test for comprehensive hormones, or DUTCH, test.
The urgent need to urinate is a common problem for women, especially those who've gone through childbirth and all of the physical changes that happen. Here are some other potential causes, as well as ways to avoid this not-so-great feeling.
If the old adage that food is medicine holds true, then a trip to the grocery store can give us exactly what we need to live our healthiest lives. Listed here are several common signs of vitamin deficiencies.
If you've been there, then you know: Vaginal dryness is no fun. So how can you stop vaginal dryness in its tracks—or prevent it from ever happening in the first place? It's important to first understand its causes.
A leak here and here happens to us all, but when it happens a lot—or when it feels like a waterfall down there—it might be urinary incontinence (UI). It's a common occurrence in people of all ages, but it doesn't have to be.