If you’re like most people, you probably haven’t thought about the health of your bones since the days of “Got Milk?” ads. But while they may be boring, bones are certainly not worth ignoring. Read on to learn how to keep your core strong for years to come.
Among a generation of career-focused young women, the biological clock is the elephant in the room. But no matter how much you’d like to put it on snooze, it’s there, and it wants you to listen. Here’s what it’s saying—and what you can say back.
Trying to decide what your New Year’s resolution will be? This year, what if you skipped the brainstorming and left it up to the professionals? Our health columnist checked in with a few docs to see what resolutions they wish we would make in 2012.
Want to stay healthy during the holidays, but sick of hearing “just skip the artichoke dip and go for carrot sticks?” Check out our tips for ways to stay well, while enjoying all the good things the season has to offer.
Time heals all—except for a UTI, that is. Our health columnist shares what you need to know about this (unfortunately) all-too-common women’s health issue, and what to do to make sure it doesn’t turn in to something worse.
Have you thought about your birth control today? If you’re like most women, you (hopefully) remembered to take it, but don’t really know much more about it. So our health columnist is here to uncover the facts (and debunk the fiction) about your pill.
If you’re not pregnant—or even married or engaged—you might not be examining the maternity care package at your workplace. But if you plan on liking and succeeding in your next job, it’s something you need to think about. Here’s why.