Dr. Jonathan Zaidan, MD, FACOG, Promotes Endometriosis Awareness on Detroit's WJR 760AM Radio Station – PR Web

It can take years before a woman receives an accurate diagnosis for endometriosis. Our goal is to bring awareness to this disease and educate women about the symptoms of endometriosis and the treatment options that are available. DETROIT (PRWEB) February 20, 2019 Women’s Excellence in Obstetrics and Gynecology highlights endometriosis awareness on the “Healthy Woman”… Read More

Women's Experience On Long-Term Keto Diet – Cosmopolitan Philippines

Sometime in the last few years, the keto diet started trending, with several celebrities attesting to its merits. Still, it isn’t without controversy—especially because it’s all about consuming more fat and banning most carbs. But the keto diet isn’t just about the drastic weight loss; it’s also about the dramatic shifts in someone’s lifestyle when… Read More

Planned Parenthood Head Leana Wen and Chelsea Clinton are Done Playing Nice – Interview

Vest and Belt by Dior. Top by The Row. For the first time in 50 years, the Supreme Court has been overtaken by a conservative majority, posing a threat to the future of reproductive rights in America. If Roe v. Wade gets overturned, one in three women of reproductive age could be living in states… Read More

'We've got to get that kid:' Corner Canyon's 5-star Kemery Martin is a breakthrough recruit for Utah, playing in this week's 5A state tournament. – Salt Lake Tribune

Taylorsville • Kemery Martin launched a 3-pointer from the left corner, and the ball took two big bounces off the rim before settling into the net. She smiled. The shot in the second quarter Tuesday was a sign that this year’s first-round game of the Class 5A state tournament would turn out better for Corner… Read More

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Cocoa family still searching for answers after woman's homicide – Florida Today

CLOSE Relatives of Tashaun Jackson, a missing Cocoa woman who was found dead, talk about the devastating loss and how they need help finding answers Tim Shortt, FLORIDA TODAY Buy Photo Relatives of Tashaun Jackson are trying to cope with her death. Sharon Jones-Smith, her aunt, and Sh’mika Scott-DeVoe,Tashaun’s cousin. Jackson went missing in Cocoa… Read More

What Is Cactus Water? – Does Cactus Water Have Any Health Benefits? – Women's Health

You’ve heard of maple water and coconut water…but cactus water? Seems strange—or at least intriguing enough to try—since water may be the last thing you think of when you picture a cactus. But since new types of water are all the rage this year (they were named one of the food trends to watch out… Read More

Sweet Surrender: Will Cutting Out Sugar Help You Prevent Cancer? – Curetoday.com

Banishing sugar and extra body fat can be important tools in preventing cancer. The latest findings about the dangers of eating sugar and carrying extra body fat may spell bad news when it comes to dietary freedom, but being aware of them gives people the power to lower their cancer risk. Recent studies confirmed that… Read More

QUIZ: Are You Applying Your Makeup Correctly? – Women's Health

Getty ImagesLetizia Le Fur You’ve probably been casually honing your beauty skills since you were relatively young. It might have started when you watched Mom at her vanity, and then continued when you and your friends began experimenting with lipglosses and body glitter in middle school. (Remember that trend?!) Now, you’re probably bombarded with more… Read More

France and Australia join forces on nutrition labelling – just-food.com

Food labelling – new initiative announced France and Australia have announced the launch of what they describe as a “global action network” on nutrition labelling. The countries said they are working towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals under the umbrella of the United Nation Decade of Action on Nutrition 2016-2025. They said the goal of… Read More

Vicky Phelan to focus on health and family as viral infection forces her to pull back from campaigning – BreakingNews.ie

Cancer awareness advocate Vicky Phelan is stepping back from campaigning after a serious setback to her health. The mother of two apologised to her social media followers for being so quiet but revealed she has been in hospital due to a viral infection as she feared her cancer may have spread. Apologies to all my… Read More