Women’s Health

President Obama‘s health care overhaul aka Obamacare and The Affordable Care Act will open, while the government shuts down. It is being reported that the federal government will shut down on Tuesday because the House and the Senate are unable to pass a spending bill that resolves their deep and persistent differences over Obamacare. President Obama has made one thing crystal clear–even if […]

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Jacque Reid goes “Inside Her Story” with Dr. Gail Wyatt about Labiaplasty and women being self-conscious of how their vaginas look.

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Have a question for doctor? Text it to “646464″ (OHOHOH). An estimated three of every four women will have to address the issue of uterine…

VIA:  FamilyDoctor.Org What Causes Depression? Depression is related to chemical in-balance in the brain that makes it hard for the cells to communicate with each other.  Depression can be triggered by a number of things including: stressful life events, drug or alcohol abuse, other illnesses, it can even be hereditary. What Are The Symptoms? Feeling […]

VIA:  Health.Com Dr. Roshini Raj a Health Magazine contributor and part of the Health Expert Network shares tips on how to keep your brain sharp.  Check out the segment below from her appearance on the Today Show. Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy Click here for more…

VIA:  Health.Com What is episiotomy? An episiotomy is a cut that the doctor or midwife makes in the perineum (say “pair-uh-NEE-um”)—the skin and muscle between the vagina Click here to see an illustration. and anus. This cut is made just before the baby’s head is delivered. It makes the opening of the vagina larger. It […]

VIA:  Health.Com By:  Robert Preidt SOURCE: Radiological Society of North America, news release, Feb. 23, 2010 Dr. Janie Lee, and her collegues used statistical modeling to compare the costs and benefits of mammography alone, MRI alone, and mammography and MRI combined in a hypothetical group of 25-year-old women with BRCA1 mutations, which significantly increase the […]

VIA: WomensHealthMag.Com Your Nails If you see dark lines on the nail beds It could mean Texas-sized moles aren’t the only red flags for skin cancer–the disease can also develop under your nails. Yellowish, brown, or black stripes are a sign of cell damage, possibly from melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, says Ariel […]