Menopause + IBS brought surprising symptoms like muscle cramping, hand stiffness, sleep problems and fatigue. This natural approach resolved them all.
If you have endometriosis, knowing what subtype you have will help you assess your cancer risk.
Any bleeding after your periods have stopped should be taken seriously, but most causes aren’t life-threatening and can be treated.
Moodiness and migraines started early for 12-year-old Sylvia, plus her periods were irregular. Here’s the natural approach that helped her.
Is that annoying monthly pain coming on? DIY self-care is the answer, with no meds needed.
Don’t let fear keep you from a breast check. Here’s how to find the most accurate screening center.
Women love those feminine creams, lubricants and wipes, but are these products doing more harm than good? Here’s what recent research says…
Cecilia’s discomfort from her chronic vaginal itch, burning and discharge made it hard to enjoy life. Here’s the natural protocol that solved it.
Kerry came in complaining of hair loss, but she’d also gained weight, suffered from constipation, exhaustion and poor sleep. Natural cures to the rescue!
Dr. Steelsmith discusses little-known physiological roots of anxiety and how to treat them in a natural way.
Dr. Steelsmith tells you everything you want (and need) to know about vaginal dryness and why it doesn’t mean the end of intimacy.
Dr. Steelsmith discusses when breast tenderness is normal, when it is not and what you should do about it.
Susan’s breasts were so tender she could not hug her children. Here, the natural approach that turned things around in one cycle.
Samantha was saddened and confused by her miscarriage at six weeks of pregnancy. The culprit: A diet-induced hormone imbalance. How we solved it…
More women die from heart disease than from any other cause—yet this is largely preventable! Women: You can take charge of your heart health.
There is one thing you can do in the face of unpredictability in both health care and life itself: Protect your own physical and mental health.
Stress-induced incontinence is a problem. Women are more likely to suffer from incontinence than men because of differences in their anatomy.
Dr. Rubman discusses how to treat and prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs). One of the best ways is to make sure that the urine is acidic enough.
You know about the hot flashes and night sweats, but menopause can put you at risk for other conditions as well…some more serious than others.
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) now have a new and better therapy for their condition.