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"A few weeks ago, Popular Science debunked the myth that menstrual blood attracts sharks."
"Remember when that sea of black umbrellas made international headlines last fall?"
"As feminism becomes part of a more common public dialogue, many parents are stepping up to the plate and filling their children’s bookshelves thoughtfully."
"As prenatal conditions worsen in the United States, state-funded healthcare becomes even more crucial."
"Four years ago, a widow in her 70s scheduled an appointment with urologist Dr. Jennifer R. Berman."
"Pudendal neuralgia affects the nerve that runs from your lower back, along your pelvic floor muscles, out to your perineum (or the skin between your pubic bone and your tailbone)."
"Whether you’re a junior employee or the CEO of your own company, there are various ways to create an inclusive environment, champion a person’s reproductive health needs and empower others to speak up on issues that are important to them."
"The color of our urine can indicate either good or poor health, but which colors are dangerous enough to look out for?"
"Talking about bowel health still makes people extremely uncomfortable, even those with bowel-related medical problems."
"Women everywhere are lighting up to cure their menstrual woes."
"Having your period on top of having Irritable Bowel Syndrome seems like a double whammy."
"While treatments for pelvic pain can often involve prescription medication, hormonal treatments, antibiotics, and antidepressants, for some patients physical therapy is the answer."
"While a nutritional journey can make a huge difference for one woman, can dietary changes help everyone with endometriosis?"
"No matter who is president, providing accessibility to sanitary products to those in poverty has always been a problem."