Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine disorder and the most common cause of infertility, affecting 9 to 18 percent of women worldwide. But despite being super common and super serious, it takes an average of two years—and three different doctors—to diagnose PCOS symptoms, says a new study in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
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I went for a run this morning. It was 60 degrees in New York City in January, so how could I not? It would have been a beautiful run, had I not spent so much of it in various public restrooms. I stopped twice the first mile alone. Half a mile later, another bathroom break called. And yet another, less than a mile after that. (And no, these were not pee breaks. They were the other kind.) In total, I made five urgent bathroom stops over the course of a seven-mile run. And while to some people that's, well, a lot, to me, it's not at all shocking.
Lemon and Chili Sweet Potato Toast
This sweet potato toast appetizer is a delicious gluten-free treat any partygoer will appreciate, says Emily Kyle, M.S., R.D.N. Made with high-protein plain Greek yogurt atop trendy sweet potato toast, this recipe packs in just as much flavor as it does nutrition. The sweet potato toast provides you with many health-promoting nutrients including beta-carotene, antioxidants, and dietary fiber.
Get the recipe: Lemon and Chili Sweet Potato Toast
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Cheesy Cauliflower Bread
Nutrient-packed cauliflower forms the base of this low-calorie, gluten-free bread that's topped with cheesy goodness, says Sonali Ruder, D.O. It's the perfect guilt-free party appetizer. (Cauliflower can do so much more for your meals that you might know. Check out these 25 Can't-Believe-It's-Cauliflower Recipes for Comfort Food Favorites to see for yourself.)
Get the recipe: Cheesy Cauliflower Bread
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Gluten-Free Pretzel Nachos
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