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Having migraine headaches also increased the risk of blood clots in the veins.
A form of physical therapy called pelvic floor physical therapy uses internal vaginal soft tissue manipulation to relieve pelvic pain and other problems.
“Carefully done trials provide no support for the hypothesis that fish oil supplements help,” the senior author of a new study says.
This week, we celebrate a milestone with snippets from listeners’ favorite episodes.
Test your knowledge of this week’s health news.
Navigating a sensitive, and critical, topic.
I could continue to obsess over cold facts, or I could choose to be present and enjoy all the beautiful moments that make life worth living.
When a teenager is hit in the head, his brain can begin to show signs, within days, of the kind of damage associated with degenerative brain disease.
The Critical Shopper visits Hatch to explore the aesthetics of millennial pregnancy.
While on the receiving end of cooked meals, free services and generous gifts, a reader wonders where the line is between nice and annoying.
CBD from the cannabis plant is the buzziest skin care ingredient of the year. The beauty business is not about to miss out.
Overweight binge eaters may be particularly susceptible to the influence of fluctuations in appetite-regulating hormones.
We encourage kids to trust doctors, but we should teach them that they can say no to something that makes them uneasy.
C-sections can be lifesaving, but they increase the risk of subsequent miscarriages and other problems.
The president of the organization since 2006, she will now be promoting a memoir and campaigning for Democratic women in the midterm elections.
Victoria Sweet’s memoir, “Slow Medicine,” suggests that a more methodical approach to medical care would benefit everyone involved.
The prevalence of mental illness in the music industry is higher than among the population as a whole, surveys show. In Britain, a new help line seeks to provide support.
On this week’s podcast, the “Great News” actress tells the story of a physician who fills an emotional void in a patient’s life.
I was struck by the Griffin family’s willingness to share the painful details of their son’s drug addiction and to be publicly identified.
What happens inside our bodies when we exercise.