For most women, the joy of becoming a mother makes pregnancy a time of excitement and optimism. However, for others, pregnancy can become a significant burden; approximately 10 percent of pregnant women suffer from depression.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 6.7 million women in in the United States – or roughly 11 percent of the reproductive population – currently cannot have a child.
A recent study found that kid’s meals at the top 200 restaurant chains in the U.S. contain 50 percent more than the recommended calorie count.
Some vegetarians and vegans struggle to eat enough protein, but, fortunately, protein is found in ready supply in the plants, grains and nuts all around us. The following foods will help keep you feeling full and get you on your way to meeting your daily protein requirements.
A new study shows that talk therapy may be the most important part of treatment for social anxiety disorder, even more so than medication.
The most popular distance run out there is the 5K, which stands for five kilometers – just over three miles. If the sound of that doesn’t make you cringe, then keep reading for a stepwise guide to properly train for a 5K.
Since the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination was first released in 2006, the vaccination has reduced the occurrence of new HPV infections by 90 percent.
Most women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) have small cysts that grow on their ovaries, which is where the name of the condition stemmed from. Although these cysts aren’t harmful, they lead to hormone imbalances.
Many of the symptoms that we normally associate with a virus or a heavy dose of pollen in the air may actually be caused by gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD.
New guidelines released by the American Heart Association have left many health-conscious parents with the same predicament. They thought their toddlers’ diets were nutritious, but, in most cases, they’re actually overflowing with unnecessary sugar.