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A New York City plastic surgeon's “vacation breasts" will give women the opportunity to enjoy the greater voluptuousness for up to three weeks, the perfect amount of time for a vacation or a special occasion.
California researchers find more C-sections, longer hospital stays but no significant complications
Couples share millions of microbes every second they smooch, researchers report
Mental stress test shows blood flow reduction among younger women compared to men and seniors, researchers report
What causes premature birth — the No. 1 cause of death for newborns and leading cause of lasting childhood disabilities — remains a mystery. To unravel the mystery, the March of Dimes is leading a new approach to studying the problem.
Tobacco use known to restrict blood flow, researchers say
French, Dutch studies draw differing conclusions
Psychotherapy and mindfulness techniques could help many women who experience depression during menopause.
Call the midwife: Bryn Mawr woman delivering babies for over 50 years
Traffic and fossil fuels for heat, electricity biggest factors, study suggests
Drugs carry serious risks, and most infants, toddlers recover with rest and extra care
Largest number of obesity-related cancers diagnosed in North America and Europe, researchers report
Once childhood respiratory illnesses were factored out, the pain relievers had little impact, researchers say
Full-time program for youngest tots boosts test scores, attendance: study
Expert advises protective gear, and baseline concussion testing for athletes
If damaged skin exposed to peanut proteins in household dust, chances of allergy higher, researcher says
Researchers find odds raised in both boys and girls developing sooner than peers
Less pain was reported in study, while image quality was still preserved, researcher says
Second study found that providing classroom breakfast didn't improve grades, though longer-term studies are needed
Study highlights risks associated with all-terrain vehicles
High blood pressure, liver problems and heart disease risk upped in heavy kids
Risk of spreading unsuspected cancers prompted new warnings, agency says
For most, proper skin care and topical treatments help, experts say
Expert offers tips for parents on how to help children stay calm during hustle and bustle of the season