Gender wage gap appears to affect risks of depression and anxiety disorder in women, a new study found.
The new law came into effect on January 1. Women will have to share their medical history with qualified pharmacists who can choose to refuse pills.
People suffering from Type 2 diabetes are exposed to a greater risk of dementia. Women are at an even higher risk of a form of dementia called vascular dementia, according to a new study
Rate in 2014 was a record for twins births. Increase age of mothers and in-vitro fertilization could be driving the rise.
Brazil is advising women not to get pregnant due to the potential dangers from the Zika virus, which is spreading across the nation.
According to a new study, there are more men with mustaches in leadership positions in academic medicine than women.
A large trial has concluded that screenings for ovarian cancer can effectively lower death risk.
A New York-based study by Roswell Park Cancer Institute linked fertility and early menopause issues in women to destructive firsthand smoking habits and exposure to extremely high levels of secondhand smoking.
New study presented at San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium yielded data which suggest that early breast cancer treatment by way of breast conserving surgery with radiation leads to higher survival rate among patients than mastectomy does.
The study points out that cheerleader can suffer serious injuries including concussions, though rate of injury is lower compared to other sport.
Women benefit emotionally from cohabitating with or marrying their significant other, a new study reported.
Getting false-positive mammograms can be a sign of increased breast cancer risk, a new study found.
A new study reported that progesterone did not reduce risk of miscarriage in women who have a history of miscarriages.
As per a recent study, the gap between men and women drinking has been closing over the years.
Women who had gestational diabetes have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes if they breastfeed for a certain amount of time, a new study said.
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.