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Arthritis of Hand to Affect Almost Half of Adults—and Mostly Women
Research suggests that about 40% of adults will develop osteoarthritis (OA) of the hand at some point in their life. OA of the hand is a common condition that can cause joint pain and stiffness, loss of hand strength and function, and disability.
Why Does My Hip Hurt?
If you are a woman with hip pain, figuring out the cause is key to getting the right treatment. Here are 3 common causes of hip pain in women.
9 Things to Do When You First Find Out You’re Pregnant
You’re pregnant. Once you processed that stunning fact, one question probably jumped straight to the top of your mind: Now what?
Managing Your Medicines During Pregnancy
All medicines have certain risks and benefits, but some aren’t safe to use when you’re pregnant. And each woman’s situation is different. Before you start—or stop—taking any over-the-counter, herbal, or prescription medicine, it’s important to talk with your healthcare provider.
Healthy Eating While Pregnant or Breastfeeding
You’ve likely heard that a pregnant woman is “eating for two.” Well, it’s true—and the same goes for moms who are breastfeeding their babies. Now, there’s national nutrition advice specific to these moms-to-be and new mothers.
Pregnancy Past 30: Safe and Successful?
More women are becoming pregnant later in life. Some will be first-time mothers, while others are having another child. Older mothers may be more financially stable or settled in their careers. They also may feel better able to care for a baby than a young mother would. But do older mothers and their babies face additional risks?
Can You Decrease Your Risk for Pelvic Floor Problems?
Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs) affect millions of Americans. But you can take steps to lower your risk for these problems and keep Elvis as your main pelvis-related association.
The Secret You Don’t Have to Keep: Treatment for Bowel Incontinence Is Here
Millions of people in the U.S. live with bowel incontinence. It’s increasingly common with age and impacts more women than men. If you think you may have bowel incontinence, you don’t have to suffer in silence any longer. Bowel incontinence is often treatable, so talk with your healthcare provider today.
Planning for Pregnancy? Give Your Body a Prebaby Boost
If you’re trying to conceive—or even considering the possibility—good health is more important than ever. Preparing your body for pregnancy could make the difference between success and failure. Here’s how:
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