Breastfeeding Can Reduce Risk of Stroke

Breastfeeding has a number of benefits, and current guidelines recommend that every mother practices it for at least six months. However, it has recently turned out that it can have another, previously unknown effect. New research highlights the contribution of breastfeeding to reduction of the risk of stroke.

Is Diet Rich with Soy Better for Post-menopausal Women’s Bone Health?

All diets and food cultures have their own benefits and disadvantages with absolutely different effects on our body’s health. Bone health may be one of the most important one that you should be looking after. Especially, if you are a woman who has already gone through menopausal period and are trying to cope with the new way your body works now. Well, if it is so, today you are likely to find several facts about soy’s impact on your body pretty interesting and useful.

Working More Than 45 Hours a Week Increases Risk of Diabetes In Women

However long your working week may be, you are likely to wish it was shorter. If it’s a 9-hour-a-day that you are used to, the next time you are asked why you are so sleepy and tired, refer to the study from this article. A recent research found that those clocking up more than forty-five hours per week are at a higher risk of developing diabetes.

Young Women are Prone to Serious Diseases: Why Don’t You Believe?

We are used to hearing that young ladies are beacons of health; they are strong and never experience anything worse than flu once a year. However, it turns out it’s another myth, and a rather debilitating one. There are quite many conditions and diseases that target young ladies, and the fact that few people believe them when they say everything hurts – including doctors – aggravates the situation.

Cytomegalovirus: Beware if You are Pregnant!

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) must we one of the most widespread viruses that nobody has heard about: up to 50% of all adults have it without even knowing. However, it can be very dangerous for your unborn baby.

It’s Not just Period Pain, it’s Endometriosis!

Most women think that it's normal to have painful periods and never talk about it with their docors. Thats a mistake: in many cases, period pain derives from a serious condition called endometriosis.

Premature Birth: Causes, Risks, and Consequences

Around 10% of all babies are born prematurely - that is, before 37 weeks. The vast majority of them grow up to be healthy and happy kids, but some develop serious health issues. What can you expect after a premature birth?

Ibuprofen Kills Not Only Pain But You

There are no people in the world who have not experienced any kind of pain such as toothache, headache, pain in muscles etc. Usually we wait for it to vanish or just take painkillers, sometimes excessively. But we do not even think that simple painkillers can affect our health a lot.

How to Exercise with Diastasis Recti

New moms are usually overwhelmed with new experiences and duties after their babies are born. The amount of information about things they need to do now is so huge that it often leaves little to no time for self-care. At the same time, this is a vital issue, because the merrier a mother is, the better her child feels. One of the main objectives women usually go with is weight loss and getting back to their body’s functionality, which requires regular exercising. However, certain postpartum health conditions need a speci

Pregnancy after Abortion: is it Safe?

Many women who decide to have an abortion - be it for medical or psychological reasons - still want to have a baby in the future; however, there is a common myth that getting pregnant after an abortion is difficult and unsafe. Is this true?

Hot Flashes Can Contribute To The Risk Of Developing Diabetes

Most post-menopausal women experience the so-called “hot flashes”, or periods of feeling intense heat with no external sources causing it. Such warmth attacks can irritate and make you feel worse, especially if night sweats are also experienced. Now researchers have revealed that hot flashes can indicate that the person experiencing them is likely to develop diabetes.

How Long Can You Wait To Have A Baby?

The majority of women living in the 21st century have a goal of pursuing a career that will bring them money and fame. Yet this aspiration comes at a price: many of them postpone having a child and end up babysitting someone else’s babies. Studies conducted in the 00s made everyone think that it is difficult to conceive a baby if you are in your late 30s (if at all). Is there reliable statistics behind it? The answer is no.

Face Taping – Something Old or Something New?

Beauty will save the world, this is so true. But women’s beauty is not eternal and affected by merciless time. Women have always been searching for anti-aging remedies and techniques. In this article we will familiarize you with a relatively new cosmetological method to preserve face and neck skin fresh and beautiful, and also eliminate such defects as flabby face and wrinkles and this is the Face aesthetic taping.

How Long is a Normal Pregnancy?

How long does a pregnancy last? It is a rather simple question, isn’t it? However, there are certain misconceptions concerning this issue, which we are going to dispel.

Living in Pain: Fibromyalgia

Most of us have never even heard about fibromyalgia until Lady Gaga revealed in a documentary that she struggles with it. Suddenly this quite common and debilitating condition, so often misunderstood and undiagnosed, was catapulted into the spotlight. And yet, everyone should know more about fibromyalgia, since it can strike any of us unexpectedly.

Can You Get Pregnant Soon After Giving Birth?

It is widely believed that a newborn baby is a great form of contraception - presumably, a breastfeeding mother can go on for years without getting pregnant. Various tribal cultures are often cited as proof, together with lots of anectdotal evidence. However, it is not true. So how soon can you get pregnant?

PCOS and Pregnancy

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder, which unfortunately is a problem for every fifth woman. Scientists are still uncertain why this disorder develops. Whatever the reason, PCOS is always uncomfortable and quite often a woman cannot conceive a child. Even when she succeeds, all nine months there is a big threat to her health and her child’s life. Thus, gynecologists highly recommend getting rid of PCOS before conceiving. In case a pregnancy has already started, special attention should be paid to t

Issues And Solutions for PCOS Weight Loss

Weight loss is a burning question almost for everyone nowadays. While it is an everlasting fight for the health and beautiful body for women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Today we will help you to identify the reasons why it is so challenging to lose weight for women with PCOS and give you several tips on how to do it efficiently.

Overview of Resources on Thyroid Diseases Treatment

The thyroid gland is one of the most important organs in a human body because it produces thyroid hormones, which influence particularly every cell, and any under or excess production of the hormones have an immediate influence. The thyroid gland is relatively small and has the shape of a butterfly.

Herbal Alternative Treatment of PCOS

Polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS is a hormonal female disease. In conjunction with the excessive production of male hormones in the female body, violations also affect the maturation of ovum and the menstrual cycle. But the most painful and dangerous manifestation is the numerous cysts that can develop in the ovaries and affect the overall reproductive female function. That is why it makes sense to treat PCOS with herbal alternatives instead of traditional medication. After all, it is widely known how harmful can be t