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HealthLynked Announces 48% Month Over Month Growth For Q1 Of Female Users Of Its Oohvie App And Release Of Version 2.0 With Expanded Features
HealthLynked Announces 48% Month over Month Growth for Q1 of Female Users of its Oohvie App and Release of Version 2.0 with Expanded Features NAPLES,
So, you’ve had your yearly gynecological exam, you’re practicing safe sexual activity, and you’re tracking your cycle and menstrual symptoms with Oohvie. Is it enough,
At one time, cervical cancer was one of the most common causes of cancer-related death for American women (American Cancer Society Statistics, 2020).
In a new study published in JAMA Pediatrics, researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado have found that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive component of marijuana, stays in breast
If you’ve ever been curious about the development of a fetus or how babies breathe in the womb, tuck in for another edition of Oohvie’s
How and when to initiate “The Talk” is a question that vexes most parents. When is too soon, when it’s
If you have a cellphone and access to the internet, then you have probably heard tell of the heated debates surrounding feminine hygiene products and
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an international health campaign lasting the month of October that is intended to increase global awareness of breast cancer. Throughout
Many parts of the United States saw a significant drop in breast cancer screening of older low-income women during the COVID-19 pandemic, new research shows.
Yearly mammogram screenings are a necessary step in maintaining your women’s health, especially if you’re at risk for breast cancer or are over forty. Early
When it comes to smoking, women tend to puff less cigarettes than men but have more trouble quitting, French researchers report. The study included nearly