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Freezing a woman's eggs is neither risk-free nor foolproof, a British fertility expert said on Thursday, after Apple and Facebook said they would contribute to the cost of the procedure for female employees.
Early use likely won't lead to delivery complications, review of previous studies finds
Relationship-related stress contributes to higher rates, researchers say
Following 5 healthy habits halved chances of most common kind of brain attack, study suggests
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women are more likely to heed guidance on nutrition, exercise and weight loss when it comes from doctors who are female,...
May be as big a factor as smoking, obesity and poor eating habits, research suggests
Expert recommends pregnant women avoid canned foods, plastics containing BPA
Chronic stress, neuroticism in midlife linked to doubled odds of dementia, researchers suggest
These methods are more reliable than condoms, birth control pills, experts say
For some women with breast cancer, taking soy protein supplements boosted the expression of tumor genes associated with an increase in tumor cells.
British researchers suggest that going up a size every 10 years raised chances of disease by 33 percent
Ask experts about what to expect when trying to get pregnant after age 35 on Tuesday, September 30 from noon to 1 p.m.
Identifying problems may prevent sudden cardiac arrest, new guidelines suggest
Both parents tend to view exercise as a selfish behavior that takes up family time, researcher says
Researchers suggest this may be to boost academic achievement
Validation by peers also decreased likelihood of self-harm
Length of labor didn't seem to influence recollections of pain, researchers found
Access to care might play a role, researcher says
Young children may be attracted to the brightly colored chemicals, study suggests
Teens drank fewer sugary drinks when energy content info was converted to exercise, study found
New study suggests one in five 'sexts,' despite potential consequences
Proper diet, exercise, weight control among factors that may help, experts say
Nature of connection isn't clear, but both conditions can be treated, experts say
Relationship-related stress contributes to higher rates, researchers say
Closeness, open discussions with parents may help prevent risky sexual behavior, findings suggest
'Extra Help' program leads to more women on hormone therapy, study reports