Women who receive dental care regularly can reduce risks of cardiovascular problems, including stroke and heart attack by up to 33 percent.
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Hormones may affect concentration and feeling sluggish in women, a new study published in the Brain and Cognition journal explains. Higher estrogen levels may be related to the inability to pay attention or learn.
After having breast cancer, nearly 70 percent of women experience some sexual dysfunction.
Women experiencing sexual dysfunction in the form of low arousal or desire may notice improvements after taking a placebo.
Female athletes with higher than normal estrogen levels, may have an increased risk of injury.
Mothers who did breastfeed their children appear much less likely to have diabetes than mothers who did not breastfeed.
Young Black women prove to be much more likely to inflict harm on themselves than people from other ethnic groups.
Oral contraceptives, or birth control pills, are no less effective in obese women when compared to thinner women.
By drinking regular beer, women are potentially increasing their risk of developing psoriasis, a skin affecting autoimmune disorder, research discovers.