Sarah Tascone is a Cleveland-based journalist and writer of fiction and creative nonfiction. She has been writing about health and women's issues for thirty years.
Hysterectomies: Understanding When This Procedure Is Performed
Removing the uterus is recommended for a variety of conditions.
Kratom Can Help Ease Chronic Pain, but Is It Safe?
Discomfort can make life—and sex—challenging. This herbal item might help, but do your research.
One Woman, Two Reproductive Systems
While rare, uterine didelphys (a double uterus) can cause a range of complications.
The Rise of the Comfortable Bra, and Why Your Boobs Might Thank You
There's a serious shift in the bra market encouraged by the increase in work-from-home jobs.
Women With BRCA 'Partner Gene' Variant Have Elevated Cancer Risk
Even if you've tested normal for the BRCA mutation, doctors advise retesting for PALB2 variant.
Millennials Are Postponing Motherhood
With more and more women delaying pregnancy, the American birth rate is at an all-time low.
So You Beat Ovarian Cancer. Why Don’t You Feel Like Celebrating?
Anxiety over cancer recurrence can steal your joy, but there are tools to overcome it.
Ovarian Cancer Trauma: Coping With a Diagnosis
Self-care at the beginning reduces stress down the road.