Postpartum depression affects up to 20 percent of people. A universal treatment could be the key to preventing it.
Psychedelics are being scientifically researched now more than ever. Will scientists repeat past mistakes by leaving women out of the equation?
Despite the U.S. being one of the wealthiest, technologically advanced nations in the world, the crisis in women’s health remains because of a lack of research and systemic misogyny.
The health benefits for women to do weight training are manifold, from improving mental acuity to increasing bone density. So why aren't we more strongly encouraged to do it?
So many of us underestimate our pain, because we've been socialized to believe we're making something out of nothing. But aches are often an alarm system that can save our lives.
Whether they're feeling dismissed by doctors, afraid of tests, or generally confused, women are seeking healthcare information online—and it's leading to an epidemic of misinformation, and a new kind of health crisis.
From literature to the legislature to even the medical exam room, men have demonstrated a pernicious, defiant ignorance about female anatomy—and it's destroying our lives.
With her new book, 'The Vagina Bible,' and a forthcoming DAME column, the OB-GYN aims to mainstream comprehensive health and sex education.
Environmentally friendly menstrual products are touted as saving millions of tons of plastic each year. But for disabled people they're often painful, even impossible, to use. Is there a solution?
Women frustrated by conventional medicine’s failures are turning to alternative therapies, with varying results. But if regulated and supported by physicians, an integrated approach could cure our broken system.