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Understanding Your Physical Health

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Looking and being healthy aren't always the same. What else should you know about your health?

The Basics
Physical and Sexual Health
Chronic Conditions

The Basics

The Facts About Physical Health

Find out why balanced nutrition, exercise and stress management should be top priorities.

From cramps to childbirth, women face plenty of pain, but they're not superheroes because of it.

A bladder sling requires highly specialized surgery that benefits more people than you'd think.

Whether you're into astrology or not, the numbers don't lie.

Physical and Sexual Health

The Link Between Physical and Sexual Health

Anything that impacts your body impacts your sex life. But you can always find ways to adjust.

Living with chronic fatigue doesn't mean sacrificing your sex life.

Does 'Hot Vax Summer' mean a coinciding return to in-person health appointments? It should.

Caught early, bladder cancer is highly treatable. But other factors may affect your fertility.

Chronic Conditions

Living With Chronic Health Conditions

Chronic conditions typically have no cure, but their symptoms can be managed for a better life.

Experimentation and exploration are key when trying to find that sweet spot.

Hormones and genetics may explain why your immune system is attacking your body.

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