Health



A Guide to Ovarian Inflammation: Diagnosing and Treating This Sneaky Disease
What happens when one or both ovaries become inflamed? What is the best way to diagnose and treat ovarian inflammation? Our in-depth blog post describes the symptoms and consequences of this uncommon, but dangerous condition, and explains what to do if you notice them in yourself.
Visual guide to sudden, recurring abdominal pain, providing insights and considerations for managing this condition.
Colic is a well-known condition in young babies. Although otherwise healthy, they can sometimes cry unconsolably for no apparent reason, especially in the first months of life. Colic in babies is often associated with some sort of abdominal pain. The term colic is also used to describe sudden, recurring, unspecified abdominal pain in adults.
Probiotics Explained: Living Microorganisms for Health
Probiotics are live microorganisms—mostly bacteria and some yeasts—that offer numerous health benefits when consumed in adequate amounts. They are often referred to as “good” or “friendly” bacteria because they contribute to a balanced and harmonious gastrointestinal system.
Conditions: Bladder Pressure, Interstitial Cystitis, Urinary Tract Infection
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that the human urinary system is fascinating. While most of us don’t pay much attention to it unless there is a problem, the urinary system plays a vital role in our bodies. It cleans the blood, removes toxins, and regulates blood volume and the elements our blood contains. However, it’s not uncommon to experience urinary system issues. Many of them start with bladder pressure and increased urination. In this article, we’ll discuss the most common culprits for bladder pressure and compare them to help you recognize the distinct signs.
Exploring the Causes of Variability in Coordination and Balance
We can all be clumsy from time to time. You trip over a curb or spill coffee all over your new dress, but sometimes, being clumsy isn't just an accident but a repeated problem. You may notice that you’re clumsier than usual at certain times of the month, or that you keep bumping into or dropping things when you feel stressed. In this article, you’ll learn more about clumsiness and whether it’s something to be concerned about or just a normal part of your life and personality.
Illustrating Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)
Sitting perfectly still for long periods of time isn’t easy for anyone and it isn’t necessarily good for us, but people suffering from Restless Legs Syndrome feel an irresistible urge to move or shake their legs, especially at night in bed. The whole limb just begs to be moved – shaken or suffer incredible discomfort.
Common Types, Prevention, and Treatment, providing insights into various abscess types, preventive measures.
If you've ever had an abscess on your skin, gums, or elsewhere on (or in) your body, you know how dangerous and painful it can be. And because an abscess can resemble a pimple or a boil, you might be tempted to squeeze or pop it. But before you do, read this article to learn how to deal with an abscess safely, and why you should never pop one yourself.
Visual insights into the causes and information on managing tinnitus symptoms.
Tinnitus is an unwelcome intruder that can disrupt your day with a continuous, high-pitched ringing in your ears. This is not just annoying; phantom sounds can interfere with your concentration, sleep patterns, and overall quality of life.
Graphic providing insights into 'Bipolar Disorder
Mental health is a topic many of us still shy away from discussing openly. However, according to some studies, as many as 1 in 4 people worldwide may be living with some form of mental illness at any given time. In this article, we shed some light on bipolar disorder and what it’s like to live with it.
Visualizing 'Electric Shock Sensations,' an illustration capturing the unique bodily experiences often associated with this phenomenon.
While it may seem alarming, this phenomenon is probably more common than you think. Have you ever spontaneously felt a sensation like a zap, a jolt, or a tingle out of the blue? Such sensations are more common during perimenopause when fluctuating hormone levels can influence the way our nerves fire, but this phenomenon can have many other causes.
Understanding Axilla Pain: Why does My Armpit Hurt? - Insights into causes and considerations for armpit discomfort.
Apart from the ever-present question of whether to shave, the armpit is not the first place we think of as being a source of pain. However, the armpit—or axilla—is an important junction where the arm meets the rest of the body, and pain can arise here.
Smell and Hormonal Changes: Can Hormones Affect Your Sense of Smell? - Visual insights into hormonal impact on olfactory perception.
Our sense of smell is important for our health and well-being. It helps us select wholesome food, heightens the appetite, and warns us of harmful or spoiled products. Our ability to perceive smells also helps us navigate the environment, warning us about dangers such as a gas leak, smoke and fire, or mildew in the walls. But our sense of smell gives us even more subtle and profound cues that influence our romantic relationships, social interactions, and attitudes towards other people.
Hay Fever and Allergies - Visual guide to symptoms, causes, and management of allergic reactions to pollen and other triggers.
Achoo! Mystery sneezing, a runny nose, itchy, watery eyes, and general itching and discomfort… Does this sound familiar? Allergies can be annoying and manifest in many ways, but they are possible to manage.
Oral Health: Common Problems, Prevention Tips - Visual guide addressing four oral health issues with practical preventive measures.
We all know that proper oral hygiene is essential for strong, healthy teeth. However, many of us only get concerned about our oral health only when things start to go wrong. What we really want is to prevent problems before they begin, especially as the pain of tooth and gum disease can be intense and may lead to other, more serious problems if left untreated. In this article, you’ll find information about how to promote the health of your teeth and why oral hygiene is so important.
Sciatica: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention - Visual guide offering insights and solutions for managing sciatic nerve-related issues.
Many of us regularly contend with some form of pain or discomfort, from all-too-common menstrual cramps to serious medical conditions. Sciatica is a term commonly used to refer to pain, weakness, or numbness along the sciatic nerve pathway that runs from the lower back down each leg to the foot. Although most sufferers are middle aged or older, and sciatica is more common among men, pregnancy can also sometimes bring on sciatic pain.
Diabetes - Visual guide on the condition, symptoms, and management for a comprehensive understanding of diabetes.
Diabetes is a life-threatening health condition that affects millions of people around the world. Those of us who suffer from diabetes are either unable to produce insulin or cannot successfully process it. Insulin is a hormone that allows our cells to absorb glucose from the bloodstream and convert it to energy. A diagnosis of diabetes for yourself or a loved one can be scary, but it is possible to successfully manage the condition and lead a full life.
Visual guide to 'Motion Sickness, illustrating causes, symptoms, and strategies for managing discomfort during travel or motion activities.
None of us is immune to motion sickness. Even experienced sailors can feel queasy when the sea gets too rough. For some people, however, all it takes is a few sharp turns in a car to bring on horrible symptoms of nausea, vomiting, vertigo, cold sweat, and confusion. In this article, you’ll learn about motion sickness, why some people are more prone to it, and how to relieve the symptoms.
Dry Skin and Chapped Lips - Visual guide to symptoms, remedies, and moisturizing tips for healthier skin and lips.
Your skin reacts to everything in your environment. The climate and your diet are just two of the many factors that can influence the structure and health of your skin. Dry skin is a common reaction to various influences, which can usually be easily remedied.
Visual guide to Period Tracking Apps and Data Safety, addressing privacy concerns and considerations surrounding the collection of intimate user data
Period-tracking apps are convenient, easy to use, and vital aid many women rely on for planning and decision-making in their personal lives. To perform their tasks, these apps gather intimate user data. In light of the recent overturning of Roe v Wade in the US and similar rulings elsewhere in the world, concerns are being raised that the implementation of strict anti-abortion laws could threaten the safety of period-tracking data.
Visual guide to Feeling Cold in My Body, exploring reasons and considerations for persistent cold sensations in various parts of the body
Feeling cold is the body’s way of signalling it needs you to get moving or grab a sweater. If you notice that you’re feeling cold seemingly without reason—all over, in your hands and feet, or in some other part of your body—it may indicate an underlying health problem. However, women tend to be more sensitive to cold due to natural physiological processes.
Visual guide to Tech Neck and Shoulder Pain, addressing discomfort caused by prolonged device use and its impact on neck and shoulder health.
Our bodies reflect the way we live our lives. And for most of us, daily life is dominated by screen time. Computer and smartphone use strains not only our eyes, but also other muscles, especially the neck and shoulders. Poor posture is more than an aesthetic issue, it can cause real health problems such as migraines and shoulder pain.
Visual guide to Bruxism - Understanding and Managing Teeth Grinding, providing comprehensive insights into causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention.
Oral health is a crucial, but often overlooked aspect of our overall well-being. Many of us visit the dentist only when in pain, but bruxism wears down your teeth over time and can be difficult to spot. In this article, you will learn how to protect yourself from the damaging effects of grinding your teeth.
Visual guide to Edema: Swelling in My Body, providing insights into the causes, symptoms, and management of tissue swelling.
Edema, or swelling of the tissues, is a normal reaction to inflammation and injury. Swelling protects the injured area and promotes tissue repair. If the cause of the swelling is clear, for example a broken ankle or an insect bite, and there are no other symptoms, it will generally resolve on its own within a few days.
Visual guide to Saying Goodbye to Greasy Hair: 9 Effective Solutions - Exploring ways to manage and reduce excess oil for a healthier and more vibrant hair.
Everyone who’s had to deal with greasy hair knows how annoying and inconvenient it can be. But sometimes, it’s more than just a nuisance. A greasy scalp is prone to irritation, dandruff, and other skin conditions. To get rid of excess oil on your scalp, you must get to the root of the problem. Find out what contributes to greasy hair and learn nine ways to reduce excess oil production.
Visual guide to Navigating Health Misinformation Targeted at Women - Empowering women to recognize and avoid unreliable health information online.
There is a lot of online content aimed at women and a lot of that focuses on our health and wellbeing. We may have moved past the toxic diet and dating trends of the early 2000s but, sadly, misinformation in the realm of “feminine” topics is still rampant and can take many different forms. This article will help you recognise unreliable information so you can avoid it.
Body Odor: Causes and Solutions - Visual guide to understanding and managing body odor for improved personal hygiene.
Everybody has it, and an individual smell is a completely natural part of having a body. Having a strong body odor can become a problem in interpersonal communication, though. And sudden changes in your body odor can also signal underlying health issues – or, in some cases, simply changes in your hormone levels.
Visual guide to Distinguishing Panic Attack vs Heart Attack in Women - Recognizing differences and advocating for health, providing insights for prompt medical attention.
The number of men and women who suffer from heart disease is very similar. However, women are less likely to receive life-saving treatment for a heart attack because patients and doctors often don’t recognize the characteristic symptoms and dismiss them as stress or anxiety.
Visual guide to Navigating Uterine Prolapse: Personalized Treatment Approaches - Insights into understanding and finding effective treatment options for uterine prolapse
Uterine prolapse affects nearly half of all post-menopausal women. This is a serious health concern that often requires medical or even surgical intervention. However, there are ways to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles to help you avoid uterine prolapse later in life.
Visual guide to 'Empowering Choices: Exploring Permanent Birth Control Options for Women.
The only sure method of birth control is abstinence, they say. While it’s true that if you never have sex, you cannot become pregnant, there are several methods of surgical contraception, or sterilization, that are also nearly 100% effective. What are they and why is this topic so heavily stigmatized?
An illustration representing the hidden struggles of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, two real but often misunderstood conditions causing lasting pain and fatigue.
Although things have begun to improve, women are still too often dismissed and even ridiculed for health complaints such as pain and fatigue. No matter what society says, these feelings should not be a part of everyday life. Two chronic conditions that sometimes underlie lasting pain and tiredness when no other illnesses are present are fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Explore hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for menopausal symptoms. Learn about options, benefits, and risks for informed women's health decisions.
Throughout a woman’s lifetime, her body goes through many changes. Menopause is a significant transformation, marking the end of a woman’s reproductive life. This transition isn’t necessarily an easy one. It can go on for many years, and many women experience symptoms that disrupt their lives. Hormone replacement therapy is one way to reduce the impact of the most challenging symptoms. In this article, we will discuss the benefits and risks of hormone replacement therapy.
Nourished and Beautiful Nails - A Guide to Proper Nail Care.
Beautiful, well-cared-for nails are aesthetically pleasing and also indicate good general health. When the body lacks essential nutrients, the first indicators often appear in our hair and nails. While the way we groom our hands and feet can be a way of expressing personality, our nails have other functions, too.
Uncover reasons for constant fatigue and find solutions for renewed energy and well-being.
This is a question a lot of us have been asking ourselves lately. Sometimes it is unavoidable, in certain situations completely understandable, but being tired should not be a constant state. Being “always tired” is often normalized and even romanticized to an extreme in our society, but it is actually very dangerous. Excessive tiredness is always a sign from your body that something might be off. Let’s look at the most common explanations behind constantly feeling tired and some possible solutions.
Navigating body image and overcoming Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) challenges for a healthier self-perception.
We all have days when we don’t feel fully at home in our bodies. Societal beauty standards, pressure from the media, and advertisements from the fitness and beauty industries can all work against our self-confidence at times. The most intense manifestation of negative body perception is called Body Dysmorphic Disorder, or BDD. No matter how we feel about our bodies, we can improve that relationship. It is possible to recover from BDD.
Discover the art of self-massage for stress relief and relaxation.
Almost no one would refuse a relaxing massage after a long day’s work. Massages can be therapeutic, a medical necessity, part of an athletic training routine, or even a spiritual journey. Regardless, massage is a great way to take care of your body.
Uncovering the Prevalence of ADHD in Women.
Procrastination, forgetfulness, irritability, and anxiety are all normal parts of human life. For people with ADHD, however, these are some of the more common challenges they face every day. For them it is nearly impossible to “get it together” and “stop being lazy”. Even the simplest tasks can require excessive effort, which is hard to understand if you don’t have ADHD. Women especially have trouble getting diagnosed and treated for ADHD.
Nurturing Optimal Health for Your Eyes
Vision is one of the primary senses humans use to interact with and learn about the world. It is also the main tool used in most jobs worldwide. In addition, our lives increasingly happen through digital screens, creating an even higher risk of overworking the eyes.
Nurturing Beautiful Curls - A Guide to Taking Care of Curly Hair.
Many of us dream of having perfect curls—including people with naturally curly hair. This hair type is misunderstood surprisingly often and having a head of full of healthy and attractive curly, wavy, or kinky-coily hair remains a difficult but not impossible goal.
Embracing Timeless Beauty with Anti-Ageing Treatments.
The philosopher’s stone, the elixir of immortality, the universal panaceas, the fountain of youth—these are all legends about the secret to extreme longevity. People have been thinking about eternal youth as long as there have been people. Slowing the signs of ageing with anti-ageing treatments is one way to postpone the inevitable changes. However, such procedures can only influence visible processes and have minimal to no impact on our overall longevity. Yet many people spend a great deal of money to look young for as long as possible. In this article, we will discuss anti-ageing treatments and how to care for ageing skin.
Investigating Unusual Mouth Sensations and Tastes.
Having a persistent bad taste in your mouth, as trivial as it may seem, is a very real problem that can reveal other underlying conditions and have a negative effect on your general wellbeing.
Exploring the Dynamics of the Temporomandibular Joint and TMJ Disorders.
A clenched jaw is an unfortunate side-effect of a stressful life. You may be overworking your jaw if you grind your teeth at night, eat too many hard foods, or have a bad posture! If left untreated, these symptoms can lead to chronic issues known as TMJ disorders.
Enhancing Mental Clarity Amidst Period-Related Brain Fog Challenges.
Brain fog is a common experience that can happen to anyone due to lack of sleep, certain medications, or exhaustion after heavy physical activity. However, many menstruating people experience brain fog right before menstruation, and sometimes the symptoms are so intense that they disrupt daily life.
Navigating the Journey of Recognizing and Recovering from Eating Disorders.
Food is a necessity in our lives. It gives us energy and nourishes our bodies. But sometimes, what is supposed to provide us with vitality takes it away. People with eating disorders use food as a crutch for dealing with negative or overwhelming emotions until their relationship with it becomes unhealthy.
Nurturing Reproductive Wellness - A Visit to the Gynaecologist.
Going to the gynaecologist can be daunting, especially if it’s your first time or if you have had a previous negative experience. Fear not! Reproductive health is an important aspect of your health, and you are in control of who you choose as your doctor and what happens at the appointment.
Navigating the Complex Landscape of Pain.
Pain is a universal human experience, but it is also highly individual. It can be hard to evaluate the exact cause of pain, but it is always a signal that something potentially dangerous is happening to your body.
Essential Insights into Feminine Hygiene Practices.
Contrary to what you may have heard, keeping your genital area clean is simple and easy. The vagina is self-cleansing, which means there is no need for expensive products that clean it internally.
Navigating the World of Dietary Supplements for Optimal Wellness.
The choice of dietary supplements available in any given drugstore, let alone online, is vast. They promise to provide us with vitamins, minerals, and other vital nutrients in the form of pills, drops, capsules, and powders. Some of these can be truly useful while others are merely money-making fads for their producers, and some can even be quite harmful if used recklessly or purchased from an unreliable seller.
Crafting a Tailored Skincare Routine for Your Skin Type.
Glowing skin is a sign of health. But even the healthiest people sometimes have skin problems. To tackle these issues, you can use skincare products that address your particular skin type or concern.
Navigating Heartburn and Acid Reflux for Digestive Wellness.
You may have experienced heartburn after eating or at other times during the day. Despite their menacing names, heartburn and acid reflux are common (yes, there is a slight difference between the two), and are not considered disorders on their own. They do, however, cause discomfort and can indicate a more serious problem if the sensation lingers for too long or occurs too often.
Unveiling the Efficacy of Essential Oils in Aromatherapy.
Lavender—for sleep and relaxation, lemon—for headaches, rose—for reducing anxiety, etc. Essential oils may smell nice, but whether or not they actually work is still being debated.
Addressing Maskne, the Consequence of Prolonged Mask Use.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about many changes in our daily lives, including the new norm of wearing a protective face mask while out in public. The mask provides necessary protection against the virus, however prolonged use can have an impact on your skin.
Insights and Considerations for Getting a Tattoo.
Tattoos are not a new invention, many cultures have a long history of using tattoos in their religious and symbolic practices, or purely for aesthetic reasons. Tattoos were reintroduced into popular Western culture in the 20th century. Artists such as Lyle Tuttle, Cliff Raven, and Don Nolan were some of the people who influenced the re-emergence of tattoos.
Navigating the Journey of Drug Addiction and Recovery.
Millions of people take prescription and illicit drugs for medical or recreational reasons. When such substances are taken without precaution, they can develop into an addiction. Drug addiction is dangerous to the affected person and the people close to them.
Embracing Confidence: Navigating Hair Loss with Resilience and Self-Care.
Millions of women worldwide struggle with hair loss. Human hair growth passes through four stages. At the end, a hair is shed, and a new hair begins to grow from the follicle. However, a stressful lifestyle, poor diet, hormonal imbalances, and certain illnesses can cause excessive hair loss and pattern baldness in women.
Body Hair: Embracing Natural Diversity and Personal Expression.
The human body is naturally covered in hair and still we have a long history of going to great lengths to remove it. Contrary to some beliefs, body hair removal serves a purely aesthetic purpose. This makes the choice to leave it there or get rid of it up to you.
Understanding Impact: Exploring the Effects of Alcohol on Women's Bodies and Health.
Many of us enjoy the occasional drink. Alcohol consumption has played a central role in almost all human cultures since at least about 4000 BC. The development of agrarian societies was based on the cultivation of grain to make bread and, the evidence tells us, to make alcohol. From the earliest recorded use of alcohol, drinking has been a social activity subject to local cultural norms.
Choosing the Perfect Fit: A Guide to Selecting the Right Bra for Your Comfort and Style.
A controversial garment at times, seen as both a tool of liberation and of oppression, the commonplace bra still presents challenges today.
Heartache to Healing: Navigating the Process of Dealing with a Breakup.
Choosing to move on from a relationship that isn’t working can be a difficult decision to make. Breakups can be messy and painful and leave both parties with unresolved baggage.
Empowering Health: Visualizing the Journey of Breast Cancer - Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention.
Breast cancer is cancer that forms in the breast tissue. This type of cancer is mostly found in women but affects men as well. Chances of survival rise significantly if the cancer is caught early.
Balancing Emotions: Visualizing the Role of Antidepressants in Mental Health.
Millions of people across the globe use antidepressants to cope with depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders. Although not a cure, the right antidepressant can be incredibly helpful with treating symptoms.
Balancing Wellness: Visualizing the Challenges of Urinary Tract Infections.
A urinary tract infection or UTI is a bacterial infection usually caused by gastroin-testinal bacteria that has travelled from the anal tract to the urinary tract. The condition is uncomfortable and painful, and, if left untreated, can lead to kidney damage.
Alerting to Danger: Visualizing the Threat of Toxic Shock Syndrome.
Toxic shock syndrome is an acute, potentially fatal infection caused by staph or strep bacteria. Both types of bacteria can live harmlessly on your skin and in your nose and mouth—it is when there’s an overgrowth within the body that problems occur. The condition is commonly linked to the use of highly absorbent tampons during menstruation.
Emotional Hunger: Visualizing the Impact of Touch Deprivation Amid the Pandemic.
Humans have an innate need for social interactions, including physical touch. Touch is vital for a person’s wellbeing. As the Covid-19 pandemic mandates social distancing, many of us are left touch starved. What are the consequences, and is it possible to compensate for this deficit?
Illustrating Transformation: Effects of Tobacco and Benefits of Quitting.
It won’t come as a surprise when I tell you that smoking is unhealthy. Even so, many people still smoke regularly. Even those who consider themselves to be non-smokers, occasionally smoke when out with friends for a drink.
Healing Together: Visualizing the Journey of Rebuilding Intimacy Post-Abuse.
Any abusive relationship, be it with a parent, sibling, or romantic partner, leaves scars. Moving forward with your life can be daunting enough, let alone building the foundations for a new healthy relationship.
Emotional Flux: Visualizing the Connection Between Hormones and Mood Swings.
Hormones are responsible for myriad bodily functions, and they affect our bodies in myriad ways, including our mood. Since the menstrual cycle features so many different hormonal processes, most women experience related emotional symptoms.
Celebrating Every Body: Nurturing a Positive Relationship with Your Unique Self.
Many of us only truly learn to love ourselves and our bodies fairly late in life. Prior to that, we tend to spend time and energy judging ourselves about things we cannot change. Self-love is a skill made difficult to attain by the very impractical beauty standards that are popular today.
Clear Skin Triumph - Overcoming Acne with Effective Solutions.
Acne is a widespread skin condition, well known as a teenage issue, although it also affects adults. It can be tempting to cover it up (with makeup or otherwise), but this is, at best, a temporary solution and is more likely to make things worse.
Navigating Everyday with Confidence while Managing Urinary Incontinence.
Urinary incontinence affects 200 million people worldwide. People who develop incontinence experience urine leakage, lack of bladder control, and the frequent urge to urinate. It mainly affects older, pregnant, or postpartum women. Although many women choose to live with the discomfort, urinary incontinence can be reversed by improving one's lifestyle and incorporating regular pelvic muscle exercises.
Engaging in Perspiration Dialogue - Let's Explore the Science of Sweat.
Sweating is a natural bodily function—all of us sweat regardless of age, gender, or intensity of physical activity. Sometimes we notice changes in how much we sweat or how our sweat smells. There are reasons for these changes.
Navigating Migraine Complexity - Understanding the Layers of a Neurological Disease.
If you ask someone what migraine is, chances are they will tell you it’s a kind of severe headache. While partially true, this is an oversimplification. In this article, we explore the stages, symptoms, and myths associated with migraine, and discuss various coping strategies that help mitigate symptoms.
Navigating Uterine Fibroids - Understanding Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment.
Uterine fibroids (also called fibromyomas, leiomyomas, or myomas) are the most common benign tumors in women. More than 50% of women are diagnosed with fibroids but less than half develop symptoms.
Safeguarding Health - Exploring the Importance of HPV Vaccines in Disease Prevention.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common STD in the world: there is a very good chance that you will get at least one type of HPV during your lifetime. Preventative measures include practicing good hygiene and safe sex, getting tested regularly, and getting vaccinated, the last of which we focus on in this article.
Nourishing Mind and Body - Embracing the Concept of a Conscious Diet.
They say you are what you eat. This idea can be helpful, provided we know what we are eating (which we often don’t). It can be very tempting to rely on an outside source to give us a list of special ingredients that will magically solve all our problems.
Navigating Endometriosis - Understanding Causes, Symptoms, and Management.
Endometriosis is a gynaecological condition caused by the presence of endometrial cells outside the uterus. It is known to be a leading cause of infertility in women. There is no known cure, but there are plenty of treatment options for combating symptoms.
Unveiling Nipple Discomfort - Understanding Causes and Solutions for Soreness and Irritation.
Sore nipples are no fun. Both men and women can suffer from pain and irritation in this wholly inconvenient location.
Embracing Puberty - Navigating the Transformative Journey from Childhood to Adulthood.
Puberty is a process that marks the transition from childhood to adulthood. It is a time of both physical and psychological change.
Embracing Eco-Friendly Feminine Hygiene - A Visual Guide to Going Green.
Going green is important for the health and safety of our own bodies, as well as the safety of our planet. Making green choices and reducing your environmental footprint can start with your feminine hygiene routine.
Empowering Preventive Healthcare - Visualizing the Significance of Pap Smears and HPV Tests.
Preventative testing is a powerful tool in the battle against conditions that worsen over time. In this article, we’ll be taking a look at the preventative measures you can take to tackle HPV-related cancers.
Insights into Uterine Health: Understanding Common Uterine Problems.
Where do children come from? All parents eventually get this question. There are many different ways to explain the complicated process of forming of a new life to a child, but our answer is a short and precise—children come from the uterus.
COVID-19 Awareness: Essential Knowledge for Navigating the Pandemic.
A new member of the coronavirus family was first identified in December 2019. Over the past several months this new or novel coronavirus has spread around the world causing a global pandemic. This virus, COVID-19, is very contagious and causes mild to severe flu-like symptoms, especially affecting the respiratory organs and heart. Almost two million people have been infected worldwide and more than 100, 000 have died.
Candid Clarity: Visualizing Insights into Vaginal Yeast Infections.
Vaginal mycoses, or vaginal yeast infection (also called candidal vulvovaginitis, vaginal thrush, or candidiasis) is extremely common. Mycoses is found in about 20% of vaginal secretions tested in laboratories. The pain and discomfort caused by this condition often requires immediate medical attention.