Leah Emily Minoza
Effacement is an important yet often misunderstood part of the birthing process.
Knowing when you're ready to deliver can help ease the pregnancy process for first-time mothers.
It's rare, but knowing the treatment options can help you better decide your course of action.
Feel twinges below your navel? Implantation pain may indicate pregnancy.
While light bleeding between periods is common and benign, it can sometimes be a red flag.
Doctors pan natural home remedies shrink breast lumps, but dietary changes can help.
Having more skin growths may indicate a greater chance of getting the disease, studies show.
Less invasive procedures are available for this painful and uncomfortable scrotal condition.
Obstetric anal sphincter injuries are a rare but serious complication of vaginal delivery.
Hair loss after giving birth is scary, but the condition should gradually go away on its own.