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.
Mmajor depressive episodes (MDE) – a serious condition that goes well beyond the boundaries of normal adolescent angst – is on the rise among teenagers. Unfortunately, there has not been a corresponding rise in the number of teens receiving treatment for this problem.
There are many excuses to avoid exercising during winter. Here are some tips to stay active even on the coldest of days.
Getting the recommended amount of folic acid every day should be near the top of your list if you’re pregnant or planning to become pregnant. Folic acid plays an important role in preventing major birth defects during the first few weeks of pregnancy.
Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) is a syndrome that produces higher than normal rates of breast and ovarian cancer in family members who are genetically related.
Malnutrition occurs when your body doesn’t get the right balance of nutrients and calories to stay healthy. It can happen to anyone at any age, but older adults are especially susceptible.
As the days grow shorter during the fall and winter months, many people find themselves feeling a little down and depressed. If you’re one of them, you may be suffering from seasonal affective disorder (SAD).