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Caution: Women at Risk
Inequities in cardiac care mean that women with atrial fibrillation go undiagnosed longer and have a greater risk of stroke than men.
Moms Really Do Know Best
Who better to help women with postpartum depression than women who have been there? Peer therapy helps new moms see they are not alone.
What a Difference a Dollar Makes
In honor of Labor Day, a re-release: Raising the minimum wage by just $1 an hour can reduce absenteeism by almost 10 percent.
For Older Women, Breast Cancer Screening Can Lead to Over-Diagnosis
Breast cancer screening may not benefit women over 70. In fact, it can lead to overdiagnosis. Here are the facts and factors to consider.
Unique Antibodies in Breast Milk Offer Big Benefits
Antibodies in breast milk protect infants from deadly infections while their immune systems develop. Donor milk does the same for preemies.
An HPV Test for Older Women
Women over 50 may still carry HPV, and they can also get cervical cancer. A new test can relieve them of worry about both.
Natural Pregnancy Is Possible after IVF
Women who became pregnant using IVF have a decent chance of conceiving without it a second time around.
Hormone Replacement Therapy May Raise Dementia Risk
Unless taken as directed, HRT appears to raise the risk of dementia in menopausal women. Not all forms of HRT are of equal concern.
Young Women Need Iron
Iron-deficiency is surprisingly common in young women. It can lead to anemia and serious health problems. Screening is the way to catch it.
A Toast to Heart Health
Light to moderate alcohol consumption seems to protect the heart by reducing anxiety. Cancer risk is a different story, however.
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