If men want to stay healthy or improve their health, they should listen to the women in their lives, says Douglas Linz MD, MS, Medical Director of TriHealth Corporate Health.
Here's what happens to your body during a good giggle
9 Ridiculously Simple Things All Women Should Be Doing For Their Health
Like many people, I dread going to the dentist, not because of the threat of pain, or the oddly intimate experience of someone handling the backsides of ...
Women's Health RUN 10 FEED 10
Help Women’s Health end domestic hunger by running with me this fall! Run 10K and Feed 10 in your community. RUN10FEED10.COM.
Pelvic Health: What Young Women and Their Mothers Need to Know
Most conversations and articles around the topic of Pelvic Health focus on women starting at age 35. Pelvic Health information for and about young women and teens are equally important.
Texas Health Officials to Hear Concerns About Fetal Remains Rule
Health care providers, funeral operators and women's rights activists on Thursday are expected to tell Texas health officials that a rule requiring the cremation or burial of fetal remains will do little to improve public health and could be burdensome to women.
10 Common Symptoms Women Should Never Ignore
For women over 40, certain common symptoms could be signs of an underlying health condition.
The iPhone will track how often you have sex
Apple iOS 9 will feature ability to track women's menstrual cycles and sexual health.
$1.6 million Texas women’s health care grant raises questions
A Round Rock-based nonprofit has received one of the state’s largest grants to provide women’s health care even though it doesn’t offer direct health services.
Hidden Heart Disease Is The Top Health Threat For U.S. Women
Many women and even doctors underestimate a woman's heart attack risk, research shows, as they focus on weight and breast health instead. Tiny damaged arteries in the heart may not show up in scans.
How women's health care costs could rise under TrumpCare
Birth control is just the tip of the iceberg, advocates say. There are a number of other women’s health benefits that are also at risk.
How Gender Affects Health
Why are certain diseases more common in either men or women? Learn some of the elements, including genetic, physiological and hormonal factors, that link gender and health.
6 Heart Health Mistakes Made by Women—and How to Avoid Them
Even though you think you’re being careful, it’s still easy to slip up when it comes to keeping your heart healthy. Johns Hopkins experts give tips on how to stay on track Research Shows Take Diabetes Seriously Women under 60 who have diabetes have up to four times the risk of developing coronary artery disease as women without diabetes, Johns Hopkins research has shown—much higher than…
The medical research gender gap: how excluding women from clinical trials is hurting our health
When it comes to health research, large gender gaps limit how much we know about the difference between women’s health and men’s
3 Ways to Avoid Weight Gain During Menopause
Approaching menopause and worried about your weight? In this Health Smarts video, women's health expert Robin Miller, MD, shares 3 tips to avoid menopausal weight gain.
10 Best Strength-Training Moves For Women Over 50
Want to be strong, healthy, and happy, and feel 10 years younger? Then it's time to pick up the weights. "Strength training is no longer about being buff or skinny," says trainer Holly Perkins, author of Women's Health Lift to Get Lean and founder of Women's Strength Nation.
How do breast density laws affect radiology practice?
Since 2009, 28 states have enacted breast density notification legislation -- a victory, say women's health advocates. So how are radiologists reacting, particularly in regard to assessing breast cancer risk and offering supplemental imaging? With caution, according to a new study published in The Breast Journal.
Health Screenings: How to Determine What's Right for You
Thank you to Heather Williams of Loudoun Medical Group for this blog post! Health Screenings: How to Determine What’s Right for You Throughout the year, we are constantly reminded about the importance of regular health screenings. National Breast Cancer Awareness Month encourages women to perform self-breast exams and schedule routine mammograms. Every March, men and …
Keeping Abreast of Women’s Health Concerns
Among the fall colors, you may be seeing a lot of pink lately. Pink ribbons are a sign that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to the America Cancer Society, breast cancer affects one in eight women and kills over 40,000 women each year.
Why do doctors drop the ball on women's health? Dr Deb on Destination Health podcast
Dr Deb Matthew joins Dr Dan Cardellichio on Destination Health podcast to talk about women's health. How do hormones affect women? How can you know if you…