Family planning can come with many questions, concerns and fears.
You’ve heard the adage: Shaving your legs makes hair grow in thicker and darker. But is it true? No, says Tulane University dermatologist Ron Davis, MD. Your hair grows in follicles beneath the skin, and nothing you do to your leg hair on top of the skin can change its diameter...Read More
Yeast infections occur when there’s an overgrowth of yeast (a fungus) in the vagina and the balance of bacteria gets thrown off. So it might seem that consuming probiotics, which are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for you, could help restore the balance and clear up symptoms or prevent...Read More
“How often are we going to have sex?” is an important question for couples – but one that often causes disagreement. In fact, of all the sex-related arguments between men and women, the most common is about frequency. Stereotypically, he wants it a lot more, and she wants it less....Read More