Q: I was recently diagnosed with PCOS and heard that some people manage it through a low-carb diet. Is that true, and should I try it?
A: The sh...
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Harnaam Kaur was just 11 when she started sprouting facial hair.
As you might expect, it was a difficult time. In order to look like other girls at...
By: Rachael Rettner, MyHealthNewsDaily Staff Writer
Published: 11/27/2012 07:20 AM EST on MyHealthNewsDaily
Acne in adult women is common, but i...
I want to give these girls something I never knew, which was that your body does not define who you are as a person
When we hear that a woman is having trouble getting pregnant, our thoughts usually run to what we think of as the usual culprits. But the reality is that most cases of infertility are caused by ovulation problems.
The average American consumes some 170 pounds a year in foods, beverages and sweeteners. But millions don't realize that eating sugar and refined carbs could lead to many problems.
Sugar and its dangers are in the news again, thanks to ABC's popular show, Nightline, which, last night, aired a compelling story spotlighting sugar's role in the obesity crisis.
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