Expert ob-gyns like DTM doc Dr. Renée Volny Darko debunk popular myths about women's health—how many of these have you heard? Read the rest on Reader'sDigest.com
An MIA Aunt Flo may feel like a blessing in disguise, but it's important to figure out why exactly your period has gone AWOL. Read each reason on Reader'sDigest.com
Some women don't need a pap test every year, thanks to new official recommendations. But do those recommendations apply to you? And does it mean you can skip your checkup altogether? Check out the rest of the article on ReadersDigest.com
I'm sure you've probably wondered what that occasional drunk cigarette is actually doing to your body in the long-run. Read what Dr. Lott has to say on EliteDaily.com
Sheron Williams was 27 years old, attending college full-time, in a theatre production and working two jobs on campus when she was first diagnosed. Sarcoidosis affects more than 200,000 people in the United States but black woman are more risk. Read the rest of the article on BlackDoctor.org
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a new drug that reduces the complications associated with sickle cell disease. It is the first drug approved for the disorder in more than 20 years.
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