Keep your body at its best with our advice on key women’s health concerns like breast cancer, fertility, osteoporosis and more.
Top 5 Tips for Women to Know About Menopause Symptoms
What is menopause, and what are its symptoms? Here’s everything you need to know.
Will the Pill Make Me Put on Weight?
Fearful of going on the pill due to weight concerns? We’ve got the scoop on this popular contraceptive and myths about weight gain.
10 Trending DIY Hair Treatments for Flawless Locks
Show your tresses a little TLC with these top shared DIY hair treatments.
Here's What to Eat When You're on Your Period
If you’re on your period, it’s safe to assume you’re hating pretty much everything about life. The cramps, the bloating, the irritability—it seems like it…
Breaking News on Breast Cancer
Breast cancer research is ever-evolving. Here is the latest on what we know about the disease.
Better Than Ever: Amy Robach on Life After Breast Cancer
Good Morning America’s Amy Robach shares her story of overcoming cancer and learning to love her friends, family and—most importantly—herself better than ever.
October Breast Cancer Awareness Events
People all around the nation are coming together in fun ways to support breast cancer awareness.
Experiencing Moderate to Severe Painful Sex After Menopause? You're Not Alone.
Gain insight into the causes behind painful sex post-menopause—and learn about one possible long-term solution.
September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month
Gynecologic cancers impact women of every age—it’s time to start a conversation about these life-threatening cancers and their symptoms.
Tabatha Coffey on Coping with Chemo
TV personality Tabatha Coffey talks about chemotherapy’s emotional toll.
Geralyn Lucas on Red Lipstick and Recovery
Geralyn Lucas says sexy is a state of mind. Learn how red lipstick helped this cancer survivor fight back.
When Sex Hurts: Painful Sex After Menopause
Painful sex after menopause is a reality many women face. But there’s no need to suffer in silence.
“Why I Got a Mastectomy at 23”
After tracing the BRCA1 and 2 genes through her paternal side, one 23-year-old made the life-changing decision to undergo a prophylactic double mastectomy as a preemptive strike against breast cancer.
10 Awesome Breast Cancer Charities You’ve Never Heard Of
These lesser-known breast cancer charities are making a big difference.
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