Are You a Tired Mom? 4 Tips to Sleep Betterchevron_right
When your daily routine involves waking up early with your kids, putting in a full day at work, running errands, cooking dinner, and tucking everyone in to sleep before finally getting the chance to hit the pillow yourself, feeling fatigued seems unavoidable.
What Women Need to Know About Thyroid Diseasechevron_right
For being so tiny, the thyroid sure has a big job. The butterfly-shaped gland at the bottom of the neck makes the thyroid hormone, which affects nearly every tissue and organ in the body. It controls your heart rate and how fast you burn calories, among many other things.
6 Healthy Things to Do When You’re Pregnantchevron_right
Your health never comes into sharper focus than it does when you’re pregnant. Because your decisions directly affect your baby, it’s worth adopting positive habits to give you both the best chance at good health. Here are 6 healthy behaviors to practice when you’re expecting.
Why Counting Calories Doesn’t Workchevron_right
You may have heard that 3,500 calories equal one pound of body fat. Drop or burn just 500 calories a day and you should lose a pound a week, right? Well, theoretically—but it may not be as simple as the arithmetic suggests. Although paying attention to what you eat can help shed extra pounds, counting calories may not. In fact, this outdated strategy may be sabotaging your long-term weight loss success.
Why Does My Hip Hurt?chevron_right
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.
Managing Your Medicines During Pregnancychevron_right
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 Breastfeedingchevron_right
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.