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The way women speak is criticized as being too high-pitched, girly, whiny, or worse, but here's why women's voices are just fine the way they are.
A new study from the University of Montreal found that abnormal segregation of chromosomes in eggs from old mice is an important cause of age-related infertility.
April is Women's Eye Health Month. Here are some tips for awareness, prevention, and screening of common ocular issues in women.
A new screening technology for breast cancer, 3-D mammograms, improves early cancer detection and reduces false positives. However, many insurers are denying coverage for this test even though it is only slightly more expensive than traditional mammography.
By knowing your numbers, you can take control of your heart health and treat risk factors with lifestyle changes and your healthcare provider's help.
Although the exact cause of autism is unknown, there are some things you can do that might minimize the risk of your child being born with ASD.
Did you know that many of sexual assaults occur in the context of a romantic relationship (husband and wife, partners, or dating)? Here are some questions to ask to see if you are experiencing abuse.
Domestic violence is a serious threat to health even in the absence of physical injuries. It affects huge numbers of women and men around the world. Here are proven steps to help you cope and improve your health.
Despite a 44% decline in global maternal mortality since 1990, the rate of women dying from complications during and after pregnancy or childbirth is rising in the U.S.
Although fibroids are benign tumors, they cause both physical and psychological distress. Until recently, treatment was primarily surgery, but new drugs are offering alternatives for women who can't have or don't want a hysterectomy.
It's best to understand your health insurance and other payment options before embarking on infertility treatment.
How we approach and mentally manage the routine stressors in our lives impacts how fast or slow we age.
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