From the Editor's Desk. This article proves there truly is "an app for that!" California Poison Control System (CPCS) is spearheading poison education through a mobile health (mHealth) initiative by launching a free iPhone application, Choose Your Poison, now available at the Apple app store in English and Spanish. The... Read more →

Guest post by Chloe Spencer Many young girls, teenagers and young women suffer from eating disorders. The most common are Anorexia and Bulimia--which have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness (American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 152). And over 24 million people are suffering from an eating disorder in... Read more →

Guest post by Chloe Spencer Working out is no longer just for personal health and fitness. It's become a trend. Something that is considered "cool" or "in". Especially in big cities like LA and New York, where fashion is a much bigger deal than in small country towns. Speaking of... Read more →

Guest post by Chloe Spencer You may be thinking, in regards to the title, how in the heck do milkshakes keep the doctor away? Well, maybe not in literal terms, but when referring to the newly launched non-profit, Milkshake, communities in third world countries and in places suffering because of... Read more →

by guest blogger, Laura Posey It is no secret that over 90% of New Year's resolutions fail. I'd guess that when the resolution is to workout every day, the failure rate is even higher. But here I am 34 days after starting my SEAL Team 90-Day Challenge and I've not... Read more →

Now you're probably wondering, in regard to the title, "Tampons keep girls healthy? What? "How so?" Well, Playtex Sport (a well known brand of tampons designed specifically for physically active girls) has just come out with a new Facebook application called Unstoppable Moves. With this application, girls from all over... Read more →

We're in a "ME-covery" - not a "RE-covery." According to a note sent to me this week, Saatchi Wellnes & Health (Time, INC.) conducted a survey that shows "women are taking control of their well-being following the blahs of the recession through what they are buying and how they are... Read more →

by guest blogger, Dr. Stephanie Siegrist , author of Know Your Bones [Know Your Bones is a WME publication; Dr. Seigrist was asked to contribute to this blog to add her professional voice in the world of healthcare, something many of us neglect; plus she took care of me when... Read more →