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Obese Mothers Put Babies at Risk

Obese mothers are likely to give birth to babies that are up to 17 per cent smaller than they should have been, making them more vulnerable to diseases, according to a new University of Illinois study. Even if they eat a healthy diet when they...
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Women’S Health vs. Abortion Politics

President Obama’s administration plans to cancel funding for a long-standing and cost-effective health and wellness program for more than 100,000 Texas women. This move will cut off access to screenings for breast and cervical cancer,...
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Venezuela to Remove Breast Implants for Free?

Venezuela is offering free surgeries for women to remove faulty French-made breast implants, the country’s top health official said. Health Minister Eugenia Sader said women with implants made by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant...

Changes Can Reduce Chances of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is one of the many health risks that a woman has to worry about, but just a few changes could actually reduce the risk of developing breast cancer by approximately 40 percent. There are approximately 70,000 cases of breast cancer...

Can Your Bikini Line Forecast Your Fertility?

Yes! And dry lips and swollen fingers also can be signs of health problems Your body can give you clues to even hidden health problems. Here are warning signs that can help your recognize underlying issues: The hair down there is starting to...

Don’t Let Your Turkey Wattle Give Away Your Age

Chin up! You don’t have to hide your neck underneath a turtleneck The skin on your neck is the thinnest on the body, making it more susceptible to wear and tear. But new treatments can help you say goodbye to turtlenecks. It’s really...

More Women Look Away From Abnormal Babies

Puzzling new research suggests women have a harder time than men looking at babies with facial birth defects. It’s a surprise finding. Psychiatrists from the Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital, who were studying perceptions of beauty,...
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