Breast cancer doesn't always come in obvious, lump-like forms. Sometimes it's as subtle as a slight wave in your skin that you'd only notice if you were looking very closely. One woman from Manchester found such a minor abnormality on her breast, and now she's getting a mastectomy.Read Full Story
Regular tanning in general is not a safe practice, but tanning under the strong rays of a tanning bed is like putting a gun to your skin. Just ask Tawny Willoughby who spent her teen years tanning in them four and five times a week, and has now had basal cell carcinoma five times.Read Full Story
Ring the freedom bell! The Obama Administration has declared that all FDA-approved birth control must be covered by your insurance provider! While this has technically been the case for years now, many insurance companies have been dragging their feet about it. However, now that the president himself has put his foot down, it will be much harder for them to hide behind technicalities.Read Full Story
The U.S. prides itself as a country ahead of the rest, yet there's no denying that when it comes to the health and wellness of mothers and children, we're sadly behind the pack. And that is nothing to be proud of.Read Full Story
Your 20s are all about experimenting with edgy this and bold that, tanning this and drinking that. But once you hit 30, it's time to put on your big girl pants and stop cheating on your health. Here are 30 health rules all women should follow in their 30s:Read Full Story
Between the skimpy clothes and all the sweating going on, warm sunny weather is practically an aphrodisiac — so it goes without saying that when your half-naked sig-o is doing that glisten-y thing in the pool, you want to get it on. Like, right now. But how safe is sex in the pool really?Read Full Story
Aunt Flo's monthly visit gets a lot of attention when it comes to our hormonal cycles. (And rightly so. Spontaneous bleeding out of an orifice does seem kind of alarming.) But it's time we talk about the other time of the month: the fertile time. According to science, when we ovulate may have just as much of an effect on us.Read Full Story
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