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The thyroid produces hormones that regulate metabolism. This affects every organ in your body, as well as heart rate, blood pressure, and body temperature.
Blood in the urine is most likely a symptom of a urinary-tract infection, but there’s a chance it could mean bladder cancer.
Women may be less likely than men to receive potentially lifesaving emergency procedures in the hospital, a large national study has found.
Is it safe to use an over-the-counter product without seeing your doctor first? Here’s our advice.
More than 3 million Americans a year seek out acupuncture as a treatment for what ails them. But does it really work?
To date we know that heart disease is the number one killer of women and men in the U.S. We also know that differences exist between women and men with regard to symptoms and survival. Public acknowledgment that women were long underrepresented in he...
About 200,000 prolapse surgeries are performed each year in the U.S.—comparable to the number of heart bypass surgeries. I have come to think of prolapse as the most common female ailment no one has ever heard of.
The female sexual response is complex; many factors—physical, mental, and interpersonal—are involved.
Your libido can take a hit after you go through menopause. Here’s how to get things back to normal.
Here’s how to fix hot flashes, night sweats, and vaginal dryness.