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Large disparity in dental care, U.S. government research shows
If you’ve got a skin complaint — too dry, acne, too oily, uneven, big pores, fine lines, whatever — you should be using a mask.
Task force cautions most women don't have symptoms from these infections
Freshmen unsure that they'll make the right choices
Two or more servings weekly might prevent or delay chronic health problem for women, research suggests
Those with good childhood experiences will respond better to their own infants, researchers say
For much of his 20-year career as a maternal-fetal medicine specialist, Anthony J. Sciscione has been criticizing something obstetricians routinely prescribe to try to prevent premature birth: bed rest.
Risk of 'atypical' fractures is rare, researchers say
Contrary to media reports, researchers found no evidence wearing them boosted chances of disease
Five major journals adopt sex reporting requirements
The new research shows they don't raise cancer survival rates.
PITTSBURGH - More and more women are taking the drastic option of removing both breasts after a diagnosis of cancer in just one breast, but a large new study says that won't make a difference in survival rates.
Ask experts about what to expect when trying to get pregnant after age 35 on Tuesday, September 30 from noon to 1 p.m.
Tumors in rodents exposed to dim light seemed to develop resistance to a common cancer drug
But authors, expert stressed that couples shouldn't base family planning on this finding
Study found younger patients fared worse if they did not have family, friends to help afterwards
Finding is yet another reason to maintain a healthy weight, experts say
Research found initial impact was most pronounced among women in their 20s, and lasted until they were in their 40s
Researchers found women likelier to seek mates around their own age
Drug should remain standard of care for HER2-positive tumors, doctors say
Feed baby more during the day
Tumors in rodents exposed to dim light seemed to develop resistance to a common cancer drug
Women with HER2-positive tumors gained an average 16 more months of life with Perjeta, study finds
Health officials also investigating whether germ is tied to cases of muscle weakness in 9 Colorado children
These methods are more reliable than condoms, birth control pills, experts say
Make sure anchors are below ground
Unbiased facts are key to intelligent decision-making, researchers say