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What We Can Learn From RBG's Remarkable Cancer Fight

The late Justice lived (and thrived) for two decades while battling multiple forms of cancer.

By Sarah Ellis
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Your Top Flu Questions, Answered by Doctors

This flu season looks different than last year (with COVID-19 tagging along). Here’s how to prepare.

By Sarah Ellis
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Is the Power Nap Over?

Don’t hit snooze just yet. New research reveals that long naps may be hurting your heart health.

By Sarah Ellis
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Should Paid Period Leave Be a Thing?

This controversial idea could be a game-changer for women with chronic reproductive conditions—but it could also create unexpected problems.

By Sarah Ellis
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Uterine Fibroids’ Disproportionate Impact on Women of Color

Racial disparities in the severity of fibroids–plus barriers to accessing treatment–make this common condition more serious for Black women.

By Sarah Ellis
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7 Top Questions About PCOS & Pregnancy

Yes, it’s possible to get pregnant and have a healthy baby with PCOS! Three experts break down the crucial things to know to increase your odds.

By Sarah Ellis
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Too Tired for Sex?

There could be a number of things going on in your body and brain that make sex feel like a low priority item.

By Sarah Ellis
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Is the Newest Birth Control Option for You?

The FDA just approved a new birth control method—and it’s hormone free.

By Sarah Ellis
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Are We Closer to a Cure for HIV?

Here’s some good health news: After a stem cell transplantation, a person in London has become the second-ever person to be completely cured of HIV.

By Lara DeSanto
BLACK LIVES MATTER

What We Can Learn About Trauma, from Experts & Survivors

We’re living through a period of collective grief and pain, and it will resonate in people’s lives for years. Here, trauma survivors share what they’ve learned along the way.

By Sarah Ellis