Lichen sclerosus: Can it affect you?

As you get older, there are certain conditions that tend to be a little bit more common upon reaching the postmenopausal stage. One of them is lichen sclerosus. This is a term for a condition of patchy skin that is whiter and lighter than the surroun...

How Vaginal Atrophy is Treated

Vaginal atrophy is a natural condition in many women who reach a certain stage i...

The Importance of Vitamin B for Your Health

Vitamin B isn’t one vitamin, but an umbrella covering multiple vitamins. They ...

The Importance of Vitamin D for Your Health

Doctors often advise patients to ensure they get the right amount of nutrients s...

Things to Do for Healthy Skin this Summer

It’s summer, which means there’s a lot of great activities to do out...

Myths About Testosterone for Women

Hormone imbalances in women don’t just include a decline in estrogen. It c...

Vulvovaginal Atrophy and Your Menopause

Menopause is a fact of life for women reaching a certain stage in their lives. I...

What Are UTIs?

A UTI, or urinary tract infection, is an infection that originates from your uri...

Boston Scientific Responds to Mesh Safety

Recently, there was a 60 Minutes report on the safety of mesh used to relieve th...