A new study concluded that sedentary behaviors can increase cancer risk by up to 66 percent.
Weight-loss surgery can reduce one's uterine cancer risk by 71 percent, a new study reported.
Scientists have developed a new model that can predict a woman's risk of developing breast, ovarian and endometrial (womb) cancer.
Who thought a routine Pap smear can do anything apart from detecting a cervical cancer? However, the U.S researchers have found a possibility to diagnose ovarian and endometrial cancer, all using the Pap smear! The Papanicolaou test or commonly known as the Pap test has successfully been used on a regular basis to spot cervical cancer in women. In this method, cells from the cervix are tested for the possibility of them being cancerous.