Menopause is an easy transition for some and a more difficult one for others. Through a new openness to talk about menopause, there's more help available to women who are having difficulty coping.
One in four women in the United States will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Learn about the warning signs and what to do if you or someone you know is a victim of abuse.
Here are some myths around getting the flu shot and why getting vaccinated is the best way to keep you and the people around you healthy.
Does the scent of freshly baked apple pie or a blend of cinnamon and pumpkin have an emotional effect on you? Learn about how you can use scents from essential oils to improve your health.
The world of exercise options is almost limitless. This could be the very problem you’re having now that you’ve committed to exercising regularly - where do you start and what should you try?
Have you ever hoisted your teenager's history book and been surprised at how heavy it is? Know the safety concerns associated with heavy backpacks and recommended weights.
Due to scoliosis, Thailand resident Eden had difficulty sleeping most of his life. It wasn't until he traveled across the North Atlantic to Pawtucket Memorial Hospital's Sleep Lab, that he finally got the help.
Olympic swimmer, Kathleen Baker, recently shared with the world her battle with Crohn’s disease, a disease that plagues nearly 700,000 Americans. Learn more about the warning signs, and the risks associated with this disease.
Heartburn is very common, can strike people of all ages and any kind of medical history and should be taken seriously.
Advances in technology and physician training over the last few decades have greatly expanded the options available to you if your doctor has determined that you need a hysterectomy, which is the surgical removal of the uterus. "This generally isn't your grandmother's hysterectomy, or even your mother's!" says Charles Rardin, MD, director of the [...]