Many people are aware that marijuana can help people who have cancer, but another member of the cannabis family has now shown tremendous potential for treating the disease as well.
An increasing number of women are using marijuana while pregnant, possibly for morning sickness or anxiety, a research letter published in JAMA suggests.
Barring federal funding for Planned Parenthood, as some in Congress favor, would have a devastating impact on women's access to health care services through Medicaid -- especially family planning services -- and put many women's health at risk.
Your doctor can predict your future health and longevity with a simple test on an inexpensive machine. So why isn’t every doctor using it?
After a routine mammogram found that she had stage 0 breast cancer, TV chef and cookbook author Sandra Lee started soapboxing.
Researchers link endocrine disrupting chemical exposure to altered gene function in pregnant women’s placentas, which could hamper fetal growth
Self-stimulation isn't just for pleasure as women get older.
Girls exposed to high levels of a common household chemical had their first period seven months earlier than girls with lower exposures, according to new research by federal scientists.
If the diagnosis of high cholesterol sounds like a death sentence to your ears, you may be the victim of cholesterol propaganda.
YOU may not wonder why women have bumps around their nipples but it has bemused many. Now the mystery has been solved. Smelly secretions released from the nipples of women who have just given birth may help babies find and extract their mother's milk.