Symptoms of Menopause Lessened By Children
As women near the end of their reproductive phase of life, and menopause sets in, many of them are excited at the opportunity to live an adult life, child free and focus more on person wants and needs.
Getting Your Teen To Take Their Medications Correctly
Being the parent of a child with special needs or a disorder can be complicated enough without having to deal with them not taking their medication properly.
Fast Food May Drop Your Child's IQ
Fast food is quick, easy, and convenient, and while it is no longer cheaper than making a meal at home, it still tops the list of food items that people put in their mouths, especially in countries like the United States.
Exercising During Pregnancy Has Become More Than A Medical Suggestion
The view on women and what they can and cannot do during pregnancy has changed drastically in even just the past decade.
There's More Than Meets The Eye To Oral Birth Control
For women, the question of birth control usually has a very simple answer, but with so much new technology and innovation in the sexual health industry, there's much more to consider than simply condoms or pills.
Birth Control Side Effects To Be Prepared For
It is pretty well documented what side effects can be expected if no birth control is used, but recently there have also been various studies outlining the side effects of birth control, particularly the oral pill.
Women Who Can't Breastfeed Are More Likely To Deal With Postpartum Depression
While many women make the decision to breastfeed or not to breastfeed, not all women have this option. Sometimes breastfeeding is not possible based on an inability to produce milk, other new mothers may give up due to pain and infection.
Breastfeeding Shows Positive Effects For MS Patients
It has long been recognized that breastfeeding brings with it a multitude of benefits for the baby, including natural antibodies from the mother, and a sense of bonding which is stronger than that of bottle fed babies.
New Information on Pregnancy After 35
It has long been apparent that there is a safety zone for pregnancy. Women will find that after the age of 25, the pregnancy and delivery process become far more complicated. In some cases, it is unsafe for both the mother and the child, and many pregnancies have issues resulting in pain or death.
News on The Menopause Clock
Menopause is a different experience for every woman; it's a theoretical alarm on the biological clock, which signals to females that the reproductive period of life is coming to an end.