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What You Don't Know About Endometriosis—But ShouldFeature
What You Don't Know About Endometriosis—But Should

Everything you need to know about endometriosis symptoms and more.

Heavy Menstrual Bleeding: Symptoms and Treatment
Heavy Menstrual Bleeding: Symptoms and Treatment

Is heavy menstrual bleeding interfering with your life? Learn about treatments that can help

Breastfeeding Tips for New Moms
Breastfeeding Tips for New Moms

Learn 7 ways to improve your breastfeeding success, and 4 common breastfeeding challenges, including a low milk supply and sore nipples.

Genital Itchiness: What You Need to Know About Lichen Sclerosus
Genital Itchiness: What You Need to Know About Lichen Sclerosus

Have you been itching "down below" lately? Does it get worse at night? You could have a condition called "lichen sclerosus," or LS

Lifestyle and Dietary Changes for Endometriosis
Lifestyle and Dietary Changes for Endometriosis

While there are a variety of medical treatments for endometriosis, don't discount lifestyle changes. Simple changes may make a big difference in the severity of your symptoms

3 Weeks Pregnant: Spotting the First Signs of Pregnancy
3 Weeks Pregnant: Spotting the First Signs of Pregnancy

When you're 3 weeks pregnant, your baby is officially beginning to grow inside.

Ovulation Calculator
Ovulation Calculator

An easy way to track your most fertile days.

Tips for Your First Trimester
Tips for Your First Trimester

Good prenatal care is integral for a healthy mom and baby. Get everything you need to know

Common Physical Changes During Pregnancy
Common Physical Changes During Pregnancy

Pregnancy affects every part of your body—from your hair to your toenails. Here's what to expect and what to do about it.

Fertility-Boosting Foods
Fertility-Boosting Foods

Trying to get pregnant? Learn how smart eating can help fertility and pregnancy, Get food ideas and more.

Contraception Options for Women Over 40
Contraception Options for Women Over 40

Whether you're finished having children or considering having your first one, the only thing standing between you and the unexpected is your contraception.

Top 3 Birth Control Options for Your Teenage Daughter
Top 3 Birth Control Options for Your Teenage Daughter

Although teen pregnancies have declined among girls 15 to 17 years old, there's still room for improvement. Talk to your teenager about safe sex practices and the possibility of birth control.

Fruit Juice Okay for Toddlers?
Fruit Juice Okay for Toddlers?

Several new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics may send toddlers into tantrums.

Racial and Ethnic Gaps Remain in Sudden Infant Deaths
Racial and Ethnic Gaps Remain in Sudden Infant Deaths

Fewer U.S. babies are dying from SIDS, but certain minorities remain at greater risk.

Parents Turn to Google for Health Advice
Parents Turn to Google for Health Advice

Health information gleaned online can alter parents' views on HCP advice.

Trump Administration Rolls Back Obama-Era School Lunch Rules
Trump Administration Rolls Back Obama-Era School Lunch Rules

The Trump administration announced on Monday that it will ease the requirements for healthy school lunch programs.

This Helps Infertile Couples Conceive Without IVF
This Helps Infertile Couples Conceive Without IVF

A 100-year-old medical treatment could help infertile women get pregnant.

Zika Risk May Be Lower Than Originally Thought
Zika Risk May Be Lower Than Originally Thought

U.S. women traveling to areas where the Zika virus is circulating might be less likely to be infected than expected.

Toddler's Screen Time Tied to Speech Delay
Toddler's Screen Time Tied to Speech Delay

Letting a baby or toddler use a smartphone or tablet may lead to delays in communication.

Do You Know What to Expect During Labor?
Do You Know What to Expect During Labor?

If you’re pregnant or planning to become pregnant, please take this survey on labor induction and more.

Many Parents Underestimate Drowning Risks
Many Parents Underestimate Drowning Risks

Many children may not have the swimming skills they need to safely splash around.

The Good Thing About Bacteria in Breast Milk
The Good Thing About Bacteria in Breast Milk

Researchers say breastfeeding plants good bacteria in baby’s digestive system.

5 Best Exercises During Pregnancy
5 Best Exercises During Pregnancy

It may be tempting to spend most of your downtime relaxing on the couch and avoiding physically activity, but staying active offers so many benefits for mom and baby. Try these exercises if you've been cleared by your doctor!

Do Antibiotics Increase Miscarriage Risk?
Do Antibiotics Increase Miscarriage Risk?

Certain types of antibiotics during pregnancy may be dangerous.

What Do You Know About Endometriosis?
What Do You Know About Endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a chronic and painful disease affecting an estimated 1 in 10 women.

Kids of Older Moms May Have Advantage Over Their Peers
Kids of Older Moms May Have Advantage Over Their Peers

Although older women may face more potential pregnancy complications, their children seem to fare better in some ways over the long run, a new study suggests.

Signs You're Ready for Another Baby
Signs You're Ready for Another Baby

You have one child and think you want another—but how do you know when you're ready to have another baby?

Health Facts: Endometriosis
Health Facts: Endometriosis

Details about endometriosis symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.

With Zika at the Doorstep, U.S. Health Officials Prepare for Battle
With Zika at the Doorstep, U.S. Health Officials Prepare for Battle

With mosquito season arriving in the Gulf Coast states, U.S. public health officials have begun deploying a three-pronged battle plan to combat Zika virus, which has caused thousands of birth defects in Latin America in the last year.

What Do You Know About Endometriosis?
What Do You Know About Endometriosis?

Please take our survey and tell us what you know about or have experienced related to endometriosis.

Improvements in Infertility Treatments Lead to a Decline of Risky Multiple Births
Improvements in Infertility Treatments Lead to a Decline of Risky Multiple Births

Since 1998, births of three or more babies at once have fallen by more than 40 percent in the United States, new government statistics reveal.

Prior C-Section Raises Risk of Complications With Home Birth
Prior C-Section Raises Risk of Complications With Home Birth

Pregnant women who've had a cesarean delivery in the past should not plan a home birth because they face a higher risk for complications, researchers warn.