About one-third of young American women douche routinely—for example, after menstruation. Many douching products contain fragrances, and manufacturers claim these will help women feel clean and "fresh." Any truth to the claims?
You’ve probably seen packages of low-dose aspirin in drugstores, bearing a red heart, as well as ads promoting aspirin for its heart benefits. But not all experts agree on who should and shouldn't use aspirin for heart health.
Millions of people take aspirin for pain relief or to help prevent heart attacks, but there is growing interest in aspirin's potential as an anti-cancer drug. Two recent studies have added to the evidence.