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But one stone increases odds for more, study found
Friendships, activities have protective effect in middle-age, study finds
The decline from a mild impairment was twice as fast as it was in men.
WASHINGTON - Older women with mild memory impairment worsened about twice as fast as men, researchers reported Tuesday, part of an effort to unravel why women are especially hard-hit by Alzheimer's.
(Reuters Health) - First-time mothers who have had a miscarriage or abortion early in a previous pregnancy may face an increased risk of complications...
Those in committed relationships eight times more likely to engage in sex
(TNS) A friend and I were talking about our families and how our parents fared in their later years. “My mom was doing great,” my friend...
This move is for anyone who wants a Kim Kardashian booty with curves in all the right places.
Jenny Vergara’s daughter was born prematurely the week before Christmas. It would be nearly Memorial Day before the child could go home.
Emotion-driven eating might start early, research suggests
Feminine hygiene products for vaginal douching may expose users to potentially harmful chemicals known as phthalates, a small study suggests.
Researchers test slow-release nanoparticles on frustrating skin condition
Exercise from 13 to 19 cut odds for early death from cancer and all causes, researchers say
Suggestions to help break the habit
4 out of 10 girls, 6 out of 10 boys haven't started series that helps prevent some cancers, survey finds
Inflammation caused by the infection that's being treated may make ear damage more likely
Friendships, activities have protective effect in middle-age, study finds
Smart strategies to lower danger risk
Researchers say findings could help identify people at risk for alcholism
Risk remains even for women who get to a healthy size, researchers say
But one stone increases odds for more, study found
Study found people who were very premature at birth were more likely to be socially withdrawn
Canadian study of early trauma and childbirth finds surprising link
More people are genuinely changing attitudes, and not just bowing to cultural pressures
Risk is highest for those who use social media site to compare themselves to friends, study finds