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Posted on 22nd of December 2016

We all wonder sometimes, “Is my period normal?” It’s natural to wonder, especially considering the taboo around talking about menstruation. Luckily, we are here to bust that taboo! Read on for what your period blood might be telling you—we promise you will be glad to learn more.

Posted on 20th of December 2016

The shops have all their Christmas lights up and the weather has certainly taken a turn for the worse, which means the holiday season is officially upon us. And what goes hand-in-hand with Christmas time? Sweets, of course. Delicious, dripping puddings and warm mince pies all covered in cream.

Unfortunately for many of us, the joy of biting into a lovely dessert comes with a twinge (or more) of guilt. The fact that we are constantly surrounded by tempting treats, as coworkers, grandmothers, and friends all share their latest Christmas-themed creation, tends to compound the feeling of guilt. So how can you enjoy yourself this December without letting the food guilt get you down? Read on for ten tips to avoid Christmas food guilt.

Posted on 19th of December 2016

Concerns about weight gain may lead women to skip a daily contraceptive pill, new US research has found, confirming long- suspected beliefs that fear of gaining weight can affect which contraceptive method women choose.

Posted on 28th of November 2016

We’ve all seen the products claiming to cure cellulite – but do they actually work? The first scientific review testing the benefits of cellulite creams and lotions has some interesting findings…

Posted on 21st of November 2016

Your period should never stop you from being active and outdoors, so we’ve compiled a list of ten quick tips for camping on your period so that you can confidently spend a weekend in the woods.  

Posted on 7th of November 2016

To mark World Diabetes Day on November 14th, we want to help answer questions around healthy eating for people with diabetes. Don’t forget to check out the recipes! 

Posted on 24th of October 2016

Women have more contraception options than ever before, which is only a good thing. But sometimes with great choice comes greater confusion - how do we choose when faced with multiple effective contraception methods? Well, it depends on what you want.

Posted on 18th of October 2016

To mark World Mental Health Day 2016, we take a look at what to say - and what not to say - to a friend or loved one dealing with mental health issues, which affect more women than you know.

Posted on 10th of October 2016

To mark World Contraception Day 2016 (September 26th) Bayer has conducted revealing new research entitled ‘Millennials and Contraception – Why do we forget’, which sheds light on how daily stress and lifestyle changes have a profound impact on Irish millennial women’s memory.

Posted on 27th of September 2016

Not a day goes by without another article or blog post preaching the benefits of the ancient health practice – but does yoga actually improve your health and wellbeing in a significant way?

Posted on 21st of September 2016

A new study has found that LARC may be the safest and most reliable method for menstrual suppression - something very important for female astronauts (and women in the military) who have specific needs when it comes to managing their periods.

Posted on 13th of September 2016

To mark the launch of the new at-home test for diagnosing vaginal infections, we list ten ways to diagnose and prevent thrust and BV.