“As funny as a colonoscopy,” said no one ever. Except Mary Kay Fleming, who found lots to laugh about. Her words will make your next procedure go down…or is it up?…a lot easier.
Her arm was immobilized; her pain was intolerable. And it was made much, much worse when medical insurance refused to properly cover her treatment. Julie Metz shares her story.
Births to women in their 40s and 50s are up, and high profile moms are bringing more attention to the trend. What’s behind this increase?
In her new book “Virus,” Nina Burleigh introduces us to one of the first vaccine trial participants. Her courage helped us out of the pandemic.
Why would the Alabama legislature specifically exclude women-only conditions in its medical marijuana bill? The answer is alarming.
A biotech firm is creating a drug that would slow the depletion of a woman’s eggs. Maybe for 10 to 15 years. Would you sign up for this?
A new campaign for a vaginal insert that treats painful sex reminds us of Viagra and Cialis ads. Does it make you want to cringe or celebrate?
Good sleep is essential to good health, even more so as we get older. But if you’re ignoring this truism, 2 news studies are your, uh, wake up call.
Caregivers are always giving a hand to others, which can lead to burnout. Here’s the crucial, difficult decision Ann Gorewitz made to take care of herself.
If you want to get in the best shape possible for the warm weather, read this, then take part in a fast-mimicking plan with the support of Jeannie Ralston and other NextTribers May 12th – 16th.