women's health

Here are a few differences between the two birth options, from personal experience.
Stefani Ruper presents her unconventional approach to sexiness in this fun and informative book.
Losing urine during a workout isn’t okay, and isn’t a badge of honor as to how hard you worked. Here's what's really going on and how you can stop peeing yourself.
The more estrogen we have, the more growth hormone we produce. So, what does this mean? Can we capitalize on our production of GH? What happens when we aren’t making as much estrogen?
Do you know what GH does in the human body or when, why and how it’s produced? And did you know production varies due to gender and probably not in the way you’d expect?
If I told you I weighed 144lbs would you believe me? Do you even know what 144lbs of female athlete looks like? It's time to get real about what real weights look like.
New research shows women with even a mild-to-moderate iodine deficiency risk having children with lower IQs and reading ability.
If you've ever had morning sickness you know it can be hard to function when you have it. Here are some tips that helped me survive and get back to my normal self.
Many pregnant women avoid fish for fear of the mercury content, but a recent study shows that increased fish consumption did not increase mercury levels and does provide for benefits for the baby.
Did you ever wonder if the reason you haven't been able to reach your deadlift goal or see your abs might be related to that little pill you take every morning to keep you from having a kiddo?
I think of the time after birth as the fourth trimester. There is a lot of deal with, mentally and physically. It's different for each woman, but here are 5 tips to help you through this period.
The successful women I know have one thing in common - the things in their fridge. Here are the 10 foods the clean-eating, paleo women I know keep around at all times to stay healthy.
Women face some challenges when it comes to health and fitness. Here are 8 no-nonsense articles for ladies who want to get strong and be healthy.
Preeclampsia has been coined "the disease of theories." New research shows that the benefits of exercise for prevention of preeclampsia is more than just a theory.
The International Cesarean Awareness Network, or ICAN, provides education and support for women who have had c-sections and want to attempt a natural birth.
A few years ago I found myself in a bit of a low. I was training with no real purpose or goals. Then one day I told myself, "I'm going to be the best I can be." For me, this means being BirthFIT.
Does the menstrual cycle affect a female athlete's endurance abilities? New science looks at female rowers, contraception, and menstruation to determine the relationships.