Treatment guidelines on care for survivors of the most common cancers often lack specifics or offer conflicting advice about when or how often to do certain tests, a review of rece...
Over one-third of women in the United States have limited or no access to medical centers that treat fertility problems, according to a new study.
Support programs for new mothers help them to breastfeed their babies for longer periods and to keep breast milk as the baby's only source of nutrition, according to a new review o...
Women who got their first period at age 11 or earlier are at higher risk of developing diabetes during pregnancy, a recent Australian study suggests.
When pregnant mothers have diabetes, their children may have altered fat cells that make metabolic diseases in adulthood more likely, a small Danish study suggests.
People who are obese have a greater risk of developing and dying from several types of cancer including malignancies of the breast, ovary, kidney, pancreas, colon, rectum and bone ...
Poor women undergoing breast cancer treatment are four times more likely to lose their jobs than their high-income peers, a new study suggests.
- Couples who are obese may take longer to achieve pregnancy than partners who aren't as overweight, a recent U.S. study suggests.
On the morning of December 15, 2016, 37-year-old Christine Wayne woke up feeling tired and more rundown than usual.
With all of the hormonal, physical and emotional changes that happen during pregnancy, you’ve probably dealt with morning sickness, minor aches and pains and digestive woes.