Articles By Stephanie Castillo
Women's sexuality is an enigma, but it doesn't have to be. The Olympic swimmer uses cupping, an ancient Chinese medicine, to quickly relieve muscle aches and pains. Researchers suggest focusing more studies on children ages zero to 3 in order to improve their health and overall global well-being. This discovery strengthens the case for more personalized medicine.
Kidney Health Is Different In Women: Menstrual Cycles May Alter Tissue, Improving Ability To Repair, Resist Failure
Women's estrogen levels during the menstrual cycle may remodel kidney tissue to protect against damage and possible failure. The Cleveland Clinic reveals last month's failed uterus transplant was caused by a vaginal yeast infection.
Can Pregnant Women Have A Glass Of Wine With Dinner? Everything We've Learned About Drinking While Pregnant
Some recent studies suggest women can get away with a couple glasses every now and then, but doctors disagree.
Postpartum IUD Is Safe, Effective; Has Potential For Low-Cost Family Planning In Developing Countries
New study proves inserting an intrauterine device immediately benefits women, especially those who live in developing countries. We don't lose memories so much as we lose access to them, new study suggests.
Double Mastectomy Slightly Improves Breast Cancer Patients’ Quality Of Life, And That’s If Followed By Reconstructive Surgery
New research finds minimal benefit between women who undergo single and double mastectomy. Healthy food, like milk and yogurt, can build and restore muscle just as well as protein shakes and powders. Father of baby Pablo believes his family has "broken the ice" for other couples to start new life in Ostana.