Rachel MacPherson, CPT
Rachel MacPherson

Rachel MacPherson is a health journalist, certified personal trainer, and pre-natal/postpartum coach. She's passionate about cutting through the noise to report the facts and empowering people to care for their health in positive, affirming ways with actionable advice. She lives in Canada with her kids and cats. View her work at

Fitness is crucial for your physical and sexual health. Here's how to get the best results fast.
Meditation and sexual release both help you relax and relieve stress. Why not try them together?
Mostly harmless, queefing is an expected part of sex, but in some cases, it may be more serious.
Physical activity is an effective tool to boost your stamina, mood and sexual well-being.
Acupressure therapy is a form of erotic touch that can increase sexual stimulation.
Experts detail this part of the male genitalia (is it an organ?) and separate fact from fiction.
Workouts, or simply walking, can help ovulation and relieve stress, but there are precautions.
Let's dispel myths: Breasts may change throughout your life, but you can't grow them with milk.
Ignoring your general health is a quick way to create sexual and urinary issues.
Mothers may be able to lower their risk of cardiovascular disease later in life, research finds.