While I'm a little disappointed in some of Hillary's behavior, next to Trump's gross inexperience and growing heap of outrageous, I can't believe his fans still think he's remotely presidential.
The Pope says good Catholics don't need to breed like "rabbits" but he hasn't caught up to what most followers want and are doing anyway, using contraception.
A lady wrote into my local newspaper insisting that women and men need to stick to their "natural roles" in society. I didn't take it very well.
A surprising cause of unexplained infertility, chronic pain or sexual dysfunction may be due to blockages caused by adhesions. The Wurn Technique might be your solution.
Conflicting guidelines make it difficult for women to decide what's best for their breasts. After years of talking to health practitioners and doing my own research, this is how I decide what to do.
Women still have a hard time taking a compliment without self-deprecating back-paddling. Why we often don't (but need to) accept praise.
Here's what most people won't tell you about being a stay-at-home parent, 24/7 domesticity isn't for everyone. Life at home with the kids can however, work out pretty well. Here's how.
Napa and Sonoma gave me a sensory euphoria that is still seared into my memory. Captivated by the contrasts across the wineries, every story the guides told spoke of the vineyard's well-tended life.
Researchers with a 2009 study found that increasing serum levels of vitamin D may improve the prognosis for breast cancer patients. Evidence suggests a particular protein sequence may be involved.
Church twice a year or 52 times? Spirit I suggest, enters the room whenever we pray, feel joy, crave fellowship or maybe just smile at the little Christmas lamb in costume who walks down the aisle.
The new 3D mammogram emits higher radiation but offers improved imaging. The mammo decision has become increasingly complicated because every screening tool has plusses and minuses.
Shingles on the rise. Chickenpox vaccine or chronic burn-out the culprit? How I cured my surprise attack.
A growing theory suggests that since the introduction of the chickenpox vaccine in 1995 shingles has been on the rise. Here's how I successfully attacked shingles this summer.