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Worried women could be prone to weight gain, study suggests
Personal trainers Shoshana Katz and Erik Strassman guide you through foam rolling techniques and active vs. dynamic stretching exercises to add to your warm up routine.
LONDON (AP) - A commonly used morning-after pill is suitable for use by heavier women, the European Medicines Agency said Thursday after a review of the evidence sparked by the French manufacturer's declaration that the drugs didn't work in women weighing more than 80 kilograms (176 pounds).
Study of over 1 million women suggests it could be stand-alone screening method
Women with anxiety disorders may be more likely to have babies who cry excessively.
Expectant moms' use of nicotine-replacement therapy could also spell problems for kids, study suggests
Those who post provocative images considered less attractive, competent by their peers, study finds
Empowerment is a big part of the Vixen workout, a hip-hop dance class with a night club feel that fitness experts say offers a cardio girls' night out to women.
Women will try, and stick to, a weight loss plan if it promises to ease their hot flashes.
Steroids significantly reduce breast tissue and more.
The Stroller Boot Camp, sponsored by the YMCA, is a place where babies are welcome and strollers are used as a piece of exercise equipment, just like yoga mats and resistance bands.
This could benefit babies later in life, researcher suggests
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.
Study found well-nourished, educated women had similarly sized babies, regardless of where they lived
Small study revealed most younger males more interested in closeness, trust with a girl
Study suggests link between early reading skills and later intelligence
They're more likely to change their children's diet than encourage exercise, study finds
Pediatrician says many physicians won't accept the publicly funded insurance plan
Men who served after draft was dropped were twice as likely to report past abuse, trauma as their civilian peers
Primitive form of envy may help them protect their bond with their human, researchers report
Findings may also provide clues on biology of diseases, such as type 2 diabetes, researcher says
Odds of dying prematurely 50 percent higher in adults who'd lost a parent in childhood, researchers report
They won't take steps to reach a healthy weight if they don't see the problem, experts note
Threat of respiratory disease may be up to 30 percent higher, study suggests
Cutting uterus into smaller fragments for minimally invasive removal can disperse undetected malignancy
Study found mothers who were taught stress-reduction skills had less depression, anxiety
Remedies to help fight the pain and itch