Cranberry Juice & D-Mannose for Bladder Infections

Did you know that bladder infections, aka, UTIs (urinary tract infections) are such a common and frequent health problem for women that they account for over 6 million doctor visits per year? If you are one of those 6 million women, then you are likely all too familiar with the symptoms of bladder... Read More

DHEA Study May Help Sexual Function & Menopause Symptoms

In a study published in the Journal of the International Menopause Society, Climacteric, Italian researchers claim to have found strong evidence that low doses of DHEA, a hormone secreted by the adrenal glands, may be able to improve the sex lives of menopausal women and treat menopause... Read More

Stressed? Try These Stress Busting Techniques!

Let’s face it. Modern, middle-aged women are stressed. Many of us juggle careers, family life, marriages, divorces, single parenthood, and personal friendships; caring for aging parents, negotiate with cantankerous teens, and the list seems to run on forever. Add in the unique challenges that... Read More

Anxiety: What is it? What causes it? How Can You Feel Better?

During times of hormone imbalance women frequently complain of overwhelming anxiety , along with racing, panicky thoughts. Sometimes the anxiety is so intense it leads to full blown panic attacks, causing women to feel they are losing control or going crazy. If you are a woman coping with hormone... Read More

Depression in Women: The Causes & Solutions

During the different hormone phases of life, women often experience dips and changes in their mood. During times of PMS, just prior to the onset of their period, for example, women often complain of feeling irritable, angry, and edgy, juxtaposed with feelings of sadness, weepiness, and... Read More

New Biochemical Changes Found in Children With ADHD

ScienceDaily (Dec. 5, 2011) — A new study at Örebro University in Sweden shows that children with ADHD have nearly 50 percent less of a protein that is important for attention and learning. The finding may mean that there are other biochemical disturbances in the brains of individuals with... Read More