However, despite its popularity, this myth has no basis in reality. The two have nothing in common, biologically speaking.
If you're trying to conceive, stay away from yams and goji berries. On the other hand, a plant-based diet might help.
Nope. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) now advise against using cranberry products to treat a UTI.
Your ovulation may restart at some point in the future even if you're breastfeeding. This is true even if you haven't experienced your first period.
Unfortunately, many sexually transmitted diseases have no noticeable symptoms. Sometimes people have them and don't even realize it.
Even while flu activity is high all winter long, the actual flu season normally begins in October and continues until May.
It was once thought that pregnant women should take it easy. Women should now engage in at least 30 minutes of moderate activity every day while pregnant.
Heart disease is "definitely not" a male-only problem. It is the biggest cause of death in the United States for both men and women.
Getting vaccinated against the flu is the best approach to safeguard a developing baby from the disease.
Ovulation may occur on day 7 or day 8 for certain women with shorter menstrual cycles. They are more likely to become pregnant at the end of a long period.