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Who Suffers More in a Breakup, Men or Women?
An ingenious study looked at antidepressant use among people who had lost their relationships to death, divorce, and simple breaking up.
Cervical Cancer On the Rise in Low-Income Areas
Cervical cancer rates and deaths are rising in low-income counties, despite PAP screening and HPV vaccines, a serious health disparity.
When It Comes to Autoimmune Diseases, X May Mark the Spot
Women are more likely to develop autoimmune diseases like lupus than men. The reason seems to lie on their two X chromosomes.
Dental Health Issues in Moms Can Be Passed on to Infants
Pregnant people, pay attention to your teeth: Bacteria can be passed on from mom to newborn, and can lead to infection and problems nursing.
Why You Want to Get More of Your Protein from Plants
Women who got most of their protein from plant-based foods like nuts, legumes, and vegetables, lived longer lives free of chronic diseases.
A Potential Fix for Morning Sickness
Nausea during the first trimester is pretty common, but for some morning sickness lasts an entire pregnancy. New findings should help.
Your Heart Wants You to Eat a Little Earlier
Breakfast before 8; dinner before 9. "Chrono-nutrition" -- eating to suit your circadian rhythms is good for your heart and your brain.
Pot and Pregnancy Are Not a Good Combo
Using marijuana during pregnancy makes unhealthy pregnancy outcomes like low birth weight more likely. Choose to take a break.
Mind Games Make Willpower Easier
When it comes to self-control, willpower isn't enough. You need to set yourself up to succeed.
Loss of Sleep Increases Insulin Resistance
Minor reductions in sleep increased insulin resistance in otherwise healthy women. They had an even bigger effect on postmenopausal women.
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