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French, Dutch studies draw differing conclusions
Tobacco use known to restrict blood flow, researchers say
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.
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
Women with the condition were about one-third more likely to deliver early, study found
Fillers, neurotoxin injections and lasers have low complication rates, researchers say
CDC report notes that half of cases occur among women never or rarely screened
'Bonding' hormone may play a role in study's findings, researchers say
Quality of relationships may have more impact on libido
But researchers add that eating behaviors mothers pass on might play greater role than genetics
Older women in unhappy relationships seem especially vulnerable, researchers say
Small study found it improved skin with shorter recovery time than seen with another type of laser
Better breast reconstruction outcomes may be one reason behind the trend, one expert said
Better prenatal care still needed to lower number of stillbirths, expert says
Federal mandates don't limit added sugar or carbohydrates, researchers say
California researchers find more C-sections, longer hospital stays but no significant complications
U.S. national data shows steady rise, and abuse may pose dangers to mother and baby, experts say
Researchers find higher levels of artery plaque can affect a man's sexual health
Three-quarters said they'd pull their kids out if others weren't up to date on shots
Tobacco use known to restrict blood flow, researchers say
Tobacco use known to restrict blood flow, researchers say