Tag: women’s health
Studies show the ring's 97% success rate is comparable to the most effective birth control methods already on the market.
American researchers find that any amount of smoking – even just one cigarette a day – appears to double sudden infant death risks.
Professor Eyal Sheiner says a hospital is still the most secure environment for mothers to give birth to their babies even with advances in modern medicine.
Researchers say complete abstinence from alcohol during pregnancy is advisable to decrease the risk of mental health problems in children.
Canadian researchers find taking fluconazole orally at any dose results in a greater likelihood of miscarrying.
The difference in rates of depression in the years before and after someone has an abortion is not large enough to be statistically significant.
Women who have an unusually large waist circumference or a high waist-to-hip ratio are more likely to suffer heart attacks.
According to a recent study, constant exposure to cleaning products is almost as taxing on one's lungs as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day.