women's health

  1. Women's Health

    Why caffeine and sushi may be OK for pregnant women

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    Are caffeine, sushi and deli meat really off the table for pregnant women? A new book claims to dispel popular pregnancy diet and...
  2. Well-being

    Pro soccer player Christie Rampone on living with Lyme disease

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    Get tips to boost your immune system health from soccer pro and Olympian Christie Rampone.
  3. Well-being

    Fertility app pays if you can't conceive

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    A new Apple app gathers in-depth data to help women determine the best time of the month to conceive — and could even pitch in money...
  4. Well-being

    The latest drug that may increase your breast cancer risk

    Could long-term use of some blood pressure drugs increase your risk of breast cancer?
  5. Well-being

    Kidney stones linked to heart issues in women

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    Have you had a kidney stone? A new study says that could put women — but not men — at risk for heart disease and other cardiac issues.
  6. Well-being

    Aspirin linked to lower colon cancer risk in women

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    Researchers find that taking a low dose of aspirin every other day may cut a woman's risk for colon cancer.
  7. Women's Health

    Texas state senator Wendy Davis filibusters abortion bill

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    Texas state senator Wendy Davis is in the middle of a 13-hour filibuster to block a GOP-led effort to restrict abortion access in...
  8. Well-being

    Menopausal in the summertime: How to fight hot flashes

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    Opening the fridge door to cool off? Feeling down but don't know why? You could be starting perimenopause. Here are some useful tips...
  9. Women's Health

    Blood test spots oral cancer?

    A blood test can detect HPV antibodies transmitted via oral sex that show up before cancer can be detected.
  10. Well-being

    Is your life out of balance?

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    Career. Family. Social life. The list is endless for women who spend their days juggling professional and personal responsibilities....
  11. Well-being

    Asthma drug shows promise

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    The new drug dupilumab shows promise for those who suffer from uncontrollable asthma.
  12. Health & Wellness

    Coffee may lower liver disease risk

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    A new study claims drinking coffee regularly may lower your risk for getting a rare liver disease.
  13. Well-being

    1 in 5 purses dirtier than toilet

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    One in five handbags contains more bacteria than the average toilet, a study says.
  14. Women's Health

    Women's Health Week: Expert advice

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    It's National Women's Health week, and while you shouldn’t wait until a week like this to think about your health, it...
  15. Well-being

    Gab helps breast cancer pain

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    Research suggests that socializing may help ease breast cancer pain and enhance a patient's quality of life.
  16. Well-being

    Valproate, low IQ linked

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    The FDA says pregnant women with migraines should stay away from drugs with valproate because it can lower their child's IQ.
  17. Health & Wellness

    Diagnosed with breast cancer: Now what?

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    About six years ago, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Since my sister received the same diagnosis at age 43, and both my...
  18. Well-being

    Panel OKs breast cancer drugs

    A panel says that healthy women who are at a higher risk of breast cancer may consider drugs to help prevent the disease.
  19. Pregnancy

    Symphysis pubis dysfunction: Pelvic pregnancy pain

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    Up to one out of every five pregnant women experience symphysis pubis dysfunction, which can be mildly annoying — or so...
  20. Children's Health

    Moms skip elective deliveries

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    When women know the risks of elective delivery, they are more likely to let nature take its course.