The latest news on women's health
U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says effectiveness of newer treatments, especially if given early, prompted change
New research provides a sorry insight into what some women care about.
Vast majority of patients are women
A caregiver dedicated solely to the baby should be present, organization advises
Obama addresses Planned Parenthood as abortion debate is reignited.
Study of young women found big difference if treatment started within 2 weeks versus 6 weeks
Findings come from two large, long-term studies of U.S. health professionals
Women with symptoms in early pregnancy shouldn't rely on clinical exam alone, experts say
Those on tamoxifen who showed reduction in breast density had 50 percent lower risk of death within 15 years
Annual screenings continue as women, doctors appear to be ignoring task force recommendations, new data shows