Removal Of Tonsils, Appendix May Affect FertilityA new study suggests that women who had their appendix or tonsils removed had higher pregnancy rates than those who did not.
Experts Say Routine Pelvic Exams May Not Be NecessaryThe U.S. Preventative Services Task Force, a panel of health experts, says there isn't enough evidence to recommend for or against routine pelvic exams in otherwise healthy women.
No Evidence 'Natural' IVF Is Better Than TraditionalIt's being called “natural” IVF and offers a woman the option to have the embryos form inside her womb rather than outside.
Study Shows Stress Affects Women More Than MenA new study shows stress at work takes a disproportionate toll on women.
What Every Woman Needs to Know About Heart Attacks: Recognizing Symptoms is Only Part of the StoryHeart attacks are primarily a problem for middle-aged men, right? Think again. Every year, about 460,000 women in the U.S. suffer a heart attack.
Stopping Migraines Before They StartA migraine is much more than a bad headache. The pain affects roughly 36 million Americans a year – impacting family time, quality of life, and for some, the ability to work.
Epigenetics and PregnancyHeredity and genetics determine a number of key traits in offspring. But When genes are mutated, or damaged, these mutations can change the DNA code and increase a person’s likelihood of developing certain diseases.
"The Angelina Jolie Effect:" What You Need to Consider Before Deciding about Breast SurgeryTwo years later "The Angelina Effect" continues to influence critical decisions among women with breast cancer.
What You Need to Know about Breast Tissue DensityRegardless of breast density, routine mammography remains the most important imaging exam to screen for breast cancer.
Understanding BRCA 1, BRCA 2 Genetic TestsMutations in these two genes are responsible for about five percent of all cases of breast cancers and approximately 20 to 25 percent of all hereditary breast cancers.
A Healthier StomachPain, constipation, bloating, gas and other digestive issues – definitely not dinner table talk in most homes. But, they are common, and in some cases, very serious matters for women that need frank and honest answers.
VIDEO: Women and Sports InjuriesDr. Bridget Quinn, a primary care sports medicine physician specializing in female athletes in the Division of Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.