All About HPV
Do you understand HPV? If the answer is “maybe” or “no,” you’re not alone: There is a lot of misinformation on the subject of HPV or human papillomarvirus, a common infection that can lead to cervical cancer, among other issues.
How to Survive the Loss of a Loved One
While loss and death are a part of every life, that doesn’t make them any easier. The following tips can offer guidance in the wake of a loss.
Alcohol: Dangerous or Healthy for Women?
If you’re making a toast to your sweetheart, yourself or the good things in your life this month, then, with all the conflicting studies on the topic, you might wonder whether that glass of alcohol is more healthy or harmful to you. And the answer is: It depends.
Learn to Love Your Body
Whether you are covered from head to toe in turtlenecks, long pants and boots or ready to shed your inhibitions for Valentine’s Day, learning to love your body—at every age and every season—is one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself.
Try Something New in 2013
Eleanor Roosevelt encouraged others to “Do one thing every day that scares you.” Have you taken a risk lately? What changes, new things or adventures would you like to embark on in 2013? Whether it’s a New Year’s resolution or simply a desire to make a change, trying something new can bolster your brain power, […]
How to Say No During the Holidays
Parties, cookies, travel, end-of-year projects at work … the six weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day can feel like a mad dash, rather than a fun journey through holiday celebrations. If you find yourself overburdened, overwhelmed and overscheduled, consider these tips for saying no during the holidays to make your days a little brighter: […]