Perimenopause: What You Need to Know in Your 30s And Beyond

Many women are well aware of the signs and symptoms of menopause, but are far less knowledgeable about perimenopause. In fact, many don’t even know what perimenopause is at all. But don’t feel bad if you’re in that boat—we’re here … Continue reading

Seven Surprising Facts About Your Fertility

On the pathway toward conception, it turns out there are a lot of misconceptions floating around. When the time comes to add to a family, it’s important to know about all of the different factors that play a role in … Continue reading

The 8 Most Common Symptoms of Endometriosis

Most women experience cramps and menstrual pain from time to time. But how do you know if the pain is just caused by your period or Endometriosis? An estimated 1 out of 10 women suffer from Endometriosis in the United States, … Continue reading

How Does IUD Birth Control Work?

Women have been taking birth control for decades, but often with very little knowledge of the science behind how birth control works, and the effects on your body. While there is plenty of education on how a condom works, other … Continue reading

5 Ways Your Vagina Is Unique – And When It Should Worry You

Every woman is unique, with her individual thoughts, personality, body shape, and vagina. While we encourage women to embrace their uniqueness, it’s important to know when something isn’t quite right down there. Your vagina is an elastic, muscular canal with a soft, flexible lining … Continue reading

6 Parenting Resolutions to Make for The New Year

The New Year is a great time to make positive changes in your life and for your own and your family’s health. Many parents know the importance of good health and habits for their children, but with our busy modern … Continue reading

Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells Offer Hope in Treating Autism

Sponsored Content by Cryo-Cell   Ryleigh Gregory did not always consider her sister, Gracie, “sweet and kind.” Gracie used to throw tantrums and kicking and screaming fits at home, out at dinner and even at Walt Disney World. Ryleigh and … Continue reading

Menopause and hormones: What you need to know

Menopause may be more openly discussed now than it was in past generations, but for many modern women there is still confusion and a lack of information about Menopause treatments such as hormone therapy. Menopause marks the end of female reproduction, and although women … Continue reading

Why It’s Important for Pregnant Women to Have a Flu Shot

Cooler weather, the falling of leaves and an increase in coughs and sneezes are all signs that the dreaded flu season is here once again. Flu season in the United States runs between October and May, and new strains of the influenza … Continue reading

Choosing A Contraception Method That’s Right for You

Nearly half of all pregnancies in the United States are unplanned and it’s easy to become overwhelmed when choosing contraception. Understanding the options available is the first step in choosing a contraception method that’s right for you. Contraception options can … Continue reading