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August 07, 2008
Recovery From Bed Rest During Pregnancy
After weeks of bed rest during pregnancy, new mothers need to rebuild muscles and strengthen their stamina.
- Medical News Today
August 06, 2008
Sex After Breast Cancer
The blog post is about an open talk about having sex after breast cancer.
- US News
August 06, 2008
New Articles On Infertility And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Published In The Journal Of Midwifery & Women’s Health
Two groundbreaking articles, a study examining women's experiences after infertility and a review of chronic fatigue syndrome in childbearing women, were published in the July/August 2008 issue of the Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health.
- Medical New Today
June 11, 2008
Sex in the city a risky business
SEX in the city can be risky, New York health officials say, after a new study found more than a quarter of the Big Apple's adult residents are infected with the herpes virus.
- heruldsun.com.au
June 03, 2008
Autism Risk Higher For Preterm And Low Birthweight Girls
Low birthweight and premature birth was linked to a higher risk of autism.
- Medical News Today
April 23, 2008
A mom’s guide to birth control
Questions and Answers about Birth Control
- CNN Health
April 23, 2008
High-calorie diet linked to boys
Skipping breakfast habit may lead to having a girl...
April 22, 2008
Consumer Alert: Plastics in Baby Bottles May Pose Health Risk
The U.S. government raises a red flag about a potentially dangerous chemical in plastics--and Canada announces it will ban it
- Scientific American
April 02, 2008
Coping with sufferings before menstruation
What are some of the actual symptoms of PMS?What can I do to see if I have PMS?
- The Daily Star
April 02, 2008
In Africa, Menstruation Can Be a Curse
In order to stem the flow of monthly periods, the women and girls use anything from rags, tree leaves, old clothes, toilet paper, newspapers, cotton wool, cloths or literally anything that can do the job.
- RH Reality Check
April 02, 2008
What every woman should know about endometriosis
WHAT it is: Endometriosis?
- Vanguard Online Edition
March 20, 2008
Heavy periods, extreme pain
A story of a woman with painful periods. Doctor's response.
- Jamaica Observer
March 19, 2008
Cancer Risk Still Haunts Women after Quitting Hormone Therapy
A new study reveals that menopausal women have a higher risk of developing cancer, even after stopping hormone replacement therapy.
- eFluxMedia
March 19, 2008
STDs on rise locally
Diseases spread as today’s teens become sexually active younger
- MyWebPal
March 19, 2008
Emergency Contraception Case Lands in Illinois Supreme Court
Pharmacists shouldn’t be forced to dispense the “morning-after pill,” a form of emergency contraception known as Plan B...
- The Wall Street Journal
November 29, 2007
Bone-Thinning And Depression Linked In Premenopausal Women
Premenopausal women with even mild depression have less bone mass than do their nondepressed peers...
- Medical News Today
September 25, 2007
Treatments For Menorrhagia Evaluated, UK
New research is investigating the effectiveness of alternative types of treatment for heavy menstrual bleeding (menorrhagia)...
- Medical News Today
August 21, 2007
Cranberry Could Juice Up Ovarian Cancer Treatment
Gulping down a glass of cranberry juice might greatly boost an ovarian cancer patient's sensitivity to chemotherapy, a new study suggests...
- HealthDay
August 20, 2007
For Pregnant Women, Some ’Hazards’ Are Part Myth
From albacore to X-rays, there's no shortage of supposed dangers that pregnant women are often warned to avoid...
- US News & World Report
July 17, 2007
Hysterectomies Aren’t The Only Option
There are other options for women suffering from excessive menstrual bleeding or pain...
- The Southern Oregon Mail Tribune
July 13, 2007
Best Hospitals for Gynecology 2007
The annual rankings are in, and top honor goes to Johns Hopkins Hospital...
- US News & World Report
July 02, 2007
Breast Cancer Prognosis Runs In The Family
The chances of developing breast cancer are to some extent inherited, but important new findings suggest survival also runs in the family...
- Medical News Today
June 28, 2007
Study: Antidepressant-Birth Defect Risk Small
Newborns face little risk of birth defects from antidepressants taken by many women early in pregnancy...
- CNN Health
June 15, 2007
Women Get New Guidance on the Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer
A coalition of cancer organizations, including the American Cancer Society, for the first time has issued a list of warning signs for early ovarian cancer...
- US News & World Report
June 14, 2007
Menstrual Bleeding Treatment Effective In All Women
Endometrial ablation, a treatment for excessive menstrual bleeding or "menorrhagia," appears to be effective in all women...
- Reuters Health
June 01, 2007
Four New Breast Cancer Susceptibility Genes Identified
Scientists have identified four new breast cancer genes and predict that more clues on the genetics of breast cancer await discovery...
- WebMD
May 22, 2007
A Walk A Day Might Help Keep The Doctor Away
New research shows that daily, mild exercise improves the fitness of post-menopausal women who are currently sedentary, overweight or obese...
- Medical News Today
April 26, 2007
Little Known About Common Medical Condition: Menorrhagia
Menorrhagia is a disorder afflicting approximately 10 million women in the United States each year, according to the National Women's Health Resource Center...
- Ledger Dispatch
April 20, 2007
Pill That Eliminates the Period Gets Mixed Reviews
Lybrel, a new pill slotted for FDA approval in May, would rid women of monthly menstruation...
- The New York Times
April 17, 2007
Two Studies Highlight Role of Inflammation in Cancer
Can reducing inflammation keep cancer at bay? Two novel studies that examine use of common anti-inflammatory agents suggest this might be the case...
- Newswise
March 28, 2007
Breast Cancer Prevention Guidelines Freshened
For women at high risk of breast cancer, the new American Cancer Society guidelines recommend annual magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exams, not just annual mammograms...
March 28, 2007
Speaking Out - The Female Problem Few Discuss
For the one in five women who suffer from menorrhagia, it's a middle school nightmare all over again...
- Frederick News-Post.com
March 22, 2007
Walking, Yoga May Enhance Quality of Life During Menopause
Physical activity may help ease symptoms and increase quality of life during menopause, according to a new study...
- Newswise
March 06, 2007
Ovarian Cancer May Mimic Fallopian Tube Formation
A new study suggests that ovarian cancer cells form by hijacking a developmental genetic process normally used to form fallopian tubes...
- Newswise
February 27, 2007
Exercise Reduces Risk of Developing Breast Cancer
Significant findings have emerged that suggest long-term recreational physical activity plays a protective role against invasive and in situ breast cancer...
- Newswise
February 13, 2007
Conceiving In Spring Increases Risk For Preterm Birth
Women who become pregnant in spring are more vulnerable to preterm birth than those who conceive in other seasons, study says...
- Medical News Today
January 23, 2007
Breast density may increase cancer risk
Canadian researchers have discovered that women with dense breasts, which makes their mammograms more difficult to read, have a far higher risk of cancer...
- MedlinePlus
January 10, 2007
Bulimia May Result From Hormonal Imbalance
A new Swedish study suggests that in certain cases bulimia depends on a hormonal imbalance that can be corrected with common oral contraceptives...
- Medical News Today
December 12, 2006
Toward A Noninvasive Diagnostic Test For Serious Infections In Pregnancy
Scientists have discovered the basis for a noninvasive test to diagnose common infections in pregnant women that are a major cause of premature births and infant deaths...
- Science Daily
November 27, 2006
Antidepressant May Ease Some PMS
Women who get moderately moody and irritable around the time of menstruation may be able to take an antidepressant to get relief, new research suggests...
- Richmond Times Dispatch
November 20, 2006
AAP Issues Guidelines for Menstrual Cycle Evaluation
The guidelines recommend that once menstruation begins, the menstrual cycle should be evaluated along with an assessment of other vital signs...
- Medscape
November 09, 2006
Doctors Recommend Tracking Periods for a Year
The authors say the menstrual cycle is a vital sign, like pulse and blood pressure, because it can assess normal development and identify serious conditions...
- WVEC.com
October 06, 2006
Delaying Your Period Through Oral Contraceptives
Wish your period didn't come every month? It doesn't have to if you adjust...
- MayoClinic.com
September 20, 2006
Excessive Periods Disrupt Plans, Life, Poise
Menorrhagia -- the term for this condition -- affects one out of five American women...
- Nwitimes.com
September 15, 2006
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Help Painful Menstruation
Many women at one time or another experience some form of discomfort during their menstrual cycle...
- Seattle Post Intelligencer
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