Climate change are interwoven together. Authorities now acknowledge women's role on the fight against climate change.
Uterine Transplantation clinical breakthrough for women with damages uterus and possibly for transgender women.
LGBT women revealed to have multiple orgasms compared to straight women. The researchers said that having a better relationship improves chances of orgasm for women.
According to statistics, more women in the United States die from being shot by their romantic partner compared to dying in the hands of strangers.
Cervical cancer death rates more serious than previously thought, a new study found.
Disadvantaged women or those who belong to lower socioeconomic backgrounds are 25 percent more likely to suffer from heart attack than men.
Since it's National Cervical Cancer Awareness this month, women are advised on how to prevent this type of deadly cancer.
A new DNA test may help detect cervical cancer and may replace pap smear testing.
Women experience greater effects of cocain when they're on their period, according to a study.
A new study says that mammograms are tied to overdiagnosis and unnecessary treatments among women.
Health officials recommend that all women of childbearing age should take a daily supplement of 400 to 800 micrograms of folic acid.
All women of childbearing age are at risk due to exposure to secondhand smoke.
White American’s life expectancy has slightly declined in 2014, according to the new federal data. More younger and middle-age whites are dying due to drug related causes and suicide and this is lowering the average life spans for the white American population as a whole.
The FDA has recommended Bayer AG to include a black box warning and to conduct a post-market safety study for its contraceptive product, Essure.
The symptoms of menopause can all be blamed on men, say experts. Geneticists from McMaster University of Canada say that a man’s inclination to choose a younger mate meant that fertility in women became useless after they became old
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.