Monday’s Roundup: New way to find telltale markers for breast cancer tumors, & more...

Happy Monday, we hope your transition into the work week isn’t too rough! We know that #weekendmood may still be lingering, so here are our favorite articles from this week to keep you in the know.

A research team at the University of Southern California has made a breakthrough when it comes to identifying breast cancer tumors. The technique involves machine learning and produces results quickly, as opposed to waiting weeks.

Looking to explore a new city soon, or just want a new way to learn things about your city? These ideas for actively wandering around will get you outside to make the most before daylight savings.

If you have an IUD or are considering getting one, you may be wondering, “Do I actually need to be checking my IUD strings?”. Ob/Gyn Jessica Shepherd has answers.

"The benefits of the standard probiotics we all take can't be as universal as we once thought.” How effective are probiotics? Research suggests maintaining your gut’s microbiome is trickier than expected.


You don’t have to shell out cash for a monthly mental health app subscription to keep on top of your self-care, check out these apps for free.


“About half of menopausal women suffer from vaginal dryness and painful intercourse. Yet less than half of those women seek help.” You don’t have to accept painful sex as a fact of getting older, here are other measures you can take.