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Top Women’s Health Headlines

- HealthyWomen Editors
Supporting a Loved One Who Has Been Affected by Cancer

A cancer diagnosis is life-changing and far too common. In fact, in 2022, an estimated 1.9 million people will be diagnosed with cancer in the United States. Navigating a diagnosis can be extremely overwhelming and it may not be… [...]

- Allison Disarufino
Caring for Caregivers During Cancer Treatment Is Important, Too

As told to Liz SauchelliWhen someone gets sick, the instinct of their social circle is to help. “What can I do?” people ask. “What do you need?” These questions, while well-intentioned, can sometimes be a little overwhelming. That’s the… [...]

- Team FitRx
ISO JYM® 100% Whey Protein

If you follow an active and fit lifestyle, you know that protein intake is an important part of your diet and can offer potential health benefits.* Something that can come with the territory for protein consumers is the “milky”… [...]

- Brad Schoenfeld
Best Exercises for Firm Thighs

Q: The upper portions of my thighs have no shape to them. Is there any exercise I can do to get them more developed? A: Absolutely. Staple exercises like squats, leg presses and lunges are all good overall thigh… [...]

- Natasha Weiss
Strep Vagina – It’s Possible

This article was medically fact-checked by Women’s health expert and Gynaecologist Dr. Alyssa Dweck. We’re going to start this out with a little story. I have a friend of a… [...]

- Natasha Weiss
Should We Ditch The Word “Foreplay”

Ah, foreplay. Licking, kissing, sucking, biting, and whatever else tickles your fancy – or fanny. To some foreplay includes eating out, blow jobs, fingering, handjobs, anal play, and a plethora… [...]

- Katherine Speller
What Trans & Gender Nonconforming People Should Know About Breast Cancer Screenings

When it comes to getting a breast cancer diagnosis, most people only think about cisgender women. The association makes sense: It is the second most common cancer among cis women, and media depictions of this form of cancer, from… [...]

- Katherine Speller
4 Recent Advances in Breast Cancer Research You Should Know About

Each October our newsfeeds, timelines and television screens blush pink as an annual reminder for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s a disease that affects one in eight women in the United States and is currently the second most common… [...]

- Denise Conway

Who’s ready for a CHALLENGE??? If you have a pelvic organ prolapse or if you simply want to boost your … First Steps to Prolapse Relief – 10 Day Challenge Read More » The post First Steps to Prolapse… [...]

- Denise Conway

In this article, we will as the question Are hypopressives beneficial for pelvic floor dysfunction? If you are suffering from … Are Hypopressives Beneficial for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction? Read More » The post Are Hypopressives Beneficial for Pelvic Floor… [...]

- Rosie Stockley

Women’s fitness specialist and Healthista Collective Expert Rosie Stockley reveals 5 safe and effective postnatal fitness exercises  The post Postnatal fitness – 5 safe and effective exercises appeared first on Healthista. [...]

- Charlotte Dormon

Struggling to focus? Feeling tired all the time? We've found seven of the best super supplements to boost your brain power like a boss The post Feeling tired all the time? Boost brain power with these 7 super supplements… [...]