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    Collection of articles and useful information on women's health issues including pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, menstruation, breast cancer, and sexual health


    New drugs, diet fight cancer
    Philanthropy and women's willingness to participate in clinical trials have made recent progress in breast cancer research possible, Dr. Larry Norton, medical director of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, told BCRF supporters at a symposium held Monday at the Flagler Museum
    18-Feb-2006 - Details


    Diabetes: How exercise helps
    Exercise was recognized as an important therapy for diabetes as far back as the Sui dynasty (about 600 A.D.), when a famous Chinese doctor of that period, Ch'ao Yuen Fan, advised patients suffering from diabetes-related diseases to "walk one hundred and twenty steps or more, not to exceed one thousand steps" before each meal.
    22-Feb-2006 - Details


    A true low-fat diet can greatly benefit health
    The results of the Women's Health Initiative study on low-fat diets may seem shocking, but can we really expect anything more than modest results from a diet that makes only modest reductions in fat intake?
    26-Feb-2006 - Details


    Man-made Prostate Created By Women
    In a giant step towards understanding prostate disease, Melbourne scientists have grown a human prostate from embryonic stem cells
    26-Feb-2006 - Details


    Value Of Calcium And Vitamin D Supplements For Older Women
    What benefits are there for older women if they take Calcium and Vitamin D supplements? A new study found that a woman's risk of having a hip fracture goes down
    26-Feb-2006 - Details


    Women really do get more headaches
    Headaches may be an age old bedtime excuse for wives, but women really are more prone to pounding heads according to a new study.
    26-Feb-2006 - Details


    No risk reduction from reducing total dietary fat
    Despite findings being announced this week that a low-fat diet introduced in the middle-age years didn't reduce the risk of breast cancer, heart disease, stroke or colon cancer, one of the researchers says people still need to focus on the types of fat they eat. The national diet study of almost 50,000 healthy postmenopausal women was part of the massive Women's Health Initiative (WHI) study
    26-Feb-2006 - Details


    The Best Acne Treatments: Get Rid Of This Acne
    There are several products that can be the best acne treatments depending on your situation.
    28-Feb-2006 - Details


    Breast Cancer Recovery
    One of the side effects of breast cancer treatment when lymph nodes are removed or scarred is lymphedema. It causes painful swelling in the arm near the affected breast. A new study is aimed at helping patients cope with the problem
    28-Feb-2006 - Details


    Foods Can Affect Your Health
    Food allergies are difficult to discern. Although there is a difference between food allergies and intolerances, they both cause health problems in susceptible individuals.
    03-Mar-2006 - Details


    Photodynamic Therapy is Lighting the Way for Medical and Cosmetic Treatments
    For the millions of people who
    suffer from acne, sun damage or even worse, skin cancer, there is a light of
    hope - photodynamic therapy or PDT. Originally approved by the U.S. Food and
    Drug Administration (FDA) to treat cancer, dermatologists initially focused on
    using PDT to treat actinic keratoses (AKs), the earliest stages in the
    development of skin cancer
    03-Mar-2006 - Details


    Body Image Relates Differently To Sexual Risks Taken By Men And Women
    In a recent Penn State study, sexually active male first-year college students who had a positive view of their appearance had a higher likelihood of having multiple sexual partners and engaging in unprotected sex.
    16-Mar-2006 - Details


    Breast implants again linked to suicide risk
    A new study adds to evidence that while women with breast implants are not at greater risk of breast cancer, they do seem to have an elevated rate of suicide.
    18-Apr-2006 - Details


    The Psychology Behind Cosmetic Surgery Decisions
    Considering cosmetic surgery? An increasing number of women are opting for cosmetic surgery. In fact, in just 10 years' time, cosmetic surgery increased by more than 700 percent.
    13-Mar-2006 - Details


    Diabetes: Weight Loss Program
    A few months ago (March 2005), the American Diabetes Association announced the findings of the comprehensive Diabetes Prevention Program. The DPP was conducted at over 25 medical centers nationwide and involved thousands of participants who volunteered to have their habits monitored and to follow dietary and exercise recommendations. All participants had been diagnosed with 'pre-diabetes', a condition where the blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not yet in diabetic ranges. Untreated, more than half of those people diagnosed with pre-diabetes will develop full-blown type 2 diabetes within a decade.
    13-Mar-2006 - Details


    How Much Coffee Should You Drink
    How much coffee? That is one of the great modern debates. The pendulum swings every few months or so. Recently there has been talk about the anti-oxidant levels in coffee.
    13-Mar-2006 - Details


    Top 10 Causes of Skin Allergy
    Jewelry metals and fragrances top the list of substances most likely to cause serious skin rashes, Mayo Clinic dermatologists report.
    15-Mar-2006 - Details


    Lung Cancer Not Successfully Treated In Women
    Lung cancer "is not being successfully treated" in women, as a Feb. 23 Wall Street Journal editorial stated, and the number of deaths from the disease in women "is increasing in epidemic proportions
    16-Mar-2006 - Details


    Pregnant Women Should Take Higher Doses Of Vitamin D
    Researchers find that pregnant women who take higher than recommended doses of vitamin D significantly lower the risk of bearing children with wheezing illnesses
    16-Mar-2006 - Details


    Disorder may make young women more vulnerable to violence
    Young women with a history of depression in adolescence are more likely than their peers to become victims of abuse from a boyfriend or husband, new research suggests
    16-Mar-2006 - Details

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