Pregnancy can be the best of times...or the worst -- if you have morning sickness.
The majority of women (70-85%) suffer nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.
Well, expectant ladies, you are in luck...
Are you at or near middle age? Are you exercising? If you are, research shows you are more able to ward off dementia, and the ailments that can add to your risk of it.
Learn more in the full episode...
This is National Women’s Health Week, a perfect time to highlight and celebrate a major breakthrough in women’s long-term health: the Pap smear.
Dr. George Papanicolaou came up with the idea of Pap...
More than 12,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year. It killed more than
4200 women last year. These numbers reinforce the need for continued cervical cancer screening.
Calcium-rich foods are the best way to get the vital nutrient. Supplements can have side effects; they've been linked to increased risk of heart disease and kidney stones.
Here's a list of calcium...
Remember hearing “Sticks and stone may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”?
Well, I know two words that can: kidney stones.
Calcium can help, but only from dietary sources...
Too much soul food may be bad for your body. It can make you more likely to have a stroke.
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More than one-third of American children and adolescents are overweight or obese; not surprising, since we live in a world of portion distortion, and a society seduced by supersizing.
A new study...
Is cinnamon the spice of life?
If you try to swallow a spoonful in a minute, it could well be anything but.
In this edition of Ask Dr. Sandy I explain the dangers of taking the popular Cinnamon...