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Guideline is prompted by concerns about mercury exposure
Finding points up need for better access to reproductive health care for all women, researcher says
4 million fewer births attributed to less sex, more contraception, but U.S. rate still higher than comparable nations
But men who seek time for kids are viewed positively, researchers find
Behind a glass wall in Drexel University's ExCITe Center, a fully pregnant mannequin stands tall with nothing on but a strip of knitted blue fabric around its bulging stomach.
Scarring, allergic reactions and vision problems among possible side effects
Personal trainers Shoshana Katz and Erik Strassman share tips on improving your power with explosive moves like broad jumps, burpees and sprints. Dietician Beth Smith shares healthy picnic options.
Triclosan, triclocarban found in mothers' urine, umbilical cord blood, may disrupt hormones
Study says early-stage cancer detection is key, but another expert says it may lead to 'overtreatment'
Smoking during pregnancy has been linked to a higher chance of the child having attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
A study that aimed to redeem the use of menopausal hormone therapy to reduce heart disease failed to show it prevents hardening of coronary arteries in women soon after menopause.
By third trimester, unborn babies respond to rhymes recited by their mothers, research shows
For many of us, the long, cold winter challenged our ability to maintain our fitness goals. With warmer weather now upon us, it's time to start thinking about sleeveless shirts, shorts and teeny bikinis.
Researchers find later risk for obesity, alcohol abuse and eating disorders
Employees of companies opposed to contraception coverage would get products through a 3rd party
Include exercise in your weekly calendar of commitments, fitness expert says
Eyelid surgery may help treat severe headaches, but not everyone's convinced
Parents can help their children handle the sting of getting vaccinated
10 percent of children tracked had allergy to peanuts, eggs or milk
Expert offers tips on how to help students adjust to life on their own for the first time
Study found association regardless of their current weight
Maternity care practices differ in neighborhoods with more black residents than average, CDC research finds
RSV leading cause of hospitalization among infants, researchers note
Number of factors may make it tougher for straight women to do the same, experts say
Guideline is prompted by concerns about mercury exposure
Understand what's behind the fear
Frequently discuss auto safety
Most were satisfied with their decision, researchers noted