Women’s Health

After their long battle to have a child, Virginia couple Dana Griffin-Graves and Arkell Graves welcomed a baby boy on Tuesday.

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On Tuesday, the debate over funding Planned Parenthood saw civilities fly out the window during a Congressional hearing on Capitol Hill. The head of Planned Parenthood,…

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Many African-American women have experienced the impact of fibroids, which can cause weight gain, painful menstrual cycles, infertility, and other serious health-related issues. According to the…

  Two years after Angelina Jolie revealed she’d undergone a preventative double mastectomy, the actress delivered another bombshell: last week she had her ovaries and…

So many women are superwomen, juggling countless tasks, acting as the family’s all-around go-to person, and making sure that everybody stays as happy and healthy…

Opting for grilled chicken or seafood this summer may save a woman’s life. According to the result of a 20-year study, women who ate the…

All moms are superwomen, juggling countless tasks, acting as the family’s all-around go-to person, and making sure that everybody stays as happy and healthy as…

In the United States, black women are two to three times more likely to have fibroids than white women. These fibroids, which are noncancerous growths that…

According to CDC, vitamins are defined as “any of a group of organic compounds that are essential for normal growth, development and nutrition and are…

Women tend to naturally visit the doctors more frequent than men, especially if they feel something is wrong with their body. But often times, we ignore minor signs that actually can lead to serious health issues. These 5 common cancer symptoms can be easily overlooked:

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…