women's health

There is little as fascinating as maternal-fetal physiology, given that pregnancy itself is the most well-designed suspension system in the world. Add to this complexity the dynamic nature of birth.

Prior to the birth of baby Archie to the Duchess of Sussex Meghan and her husband Prince Harry, there was much media speculation that they were opting for a home birth instead of a hospital one.

I had the distinct pleasure of presenting at Komen’s Pink, Purple Strength and Unity Conference on coping with a breast cancer diagnosis and how best to

Given the preponderance of pink bows and media or community saturation of the subject of breast cancer in the month of October, especially, it is not unusual for us to get awareness fatigue.

I had the distinct pleasure of being a reviewer for the 2018-2019 Community Grants program for Komen this Fall.

With the recent doubling down of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) urging breastfeeding at all costs despite no country meeting their standards, has the latest reversal of the "normal bir

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women.

Things aren’t always what they seem.  Why should this colloquialism be any different in the medical realm?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released their annual Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report which reflects record highs in the three most commonly reported conditions in the United States in 2015 (in the fo

Welcome to the conclusion of our three part series discussing the science behind director Kathleen Gyllenhaal's latest documentary,