6 Things to Know Before Starting Infertility TreatmentsFamily Health

6 Things to Know Before Starting Infertility Treatments

By Nadine Kenney Johnstone It’s a surprising statistic: One in every eight couples has trouble getting pregnant. With National Infertility…

Miss-Diagnosed: Heart disease is the number one killer of women, yet it’s often hiddenFamily Health

Miss-Diagnosed: Heart disease is the number one killer of women, yet it’s often hidden

By Laura Drucker Who do you picture when you think of a typical heart disease patient? Most people think of…

Beating the Biological ClockFamily Health

Beating the Biological Clock

Eggs without an expiration date offer women fertile hopes By Morgan Lord Starting at age 30, women may hear their…

Research hints at a nutritional strategy for reducing autism riskPediatrics

Research hints at a nutritional strategy for reducing autism risk

By Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine Folic acid has long been touted as an important supplement for…

Know Your Breast Cancer Risk and Take Steps to Reduce ItWomen's Health

Know Your Breast Cancer Risk and Take Steps to Reduce It

By Laura Drucker From a young age, women spend a lot of time thinking about their breasts. Among these thoughts…

Gaining StrengthWomen's Health

Gaining Strength

Post-op exercises help breast cancer survivors win control By Nancy Maes When a woman is first diagnosed with breast cancer,…

Safe drug lowers diabetes risk in women with PCOSTribune

Safe drug lowers diabetes risk in women with PCOS

The Medicine Cabinet: Ask the Harvard Experts  By Howard LeWine, M.D. Q: My daughter has polycystic ovary syndrome. Her new…

Women who start menstruation, menopause later more likely to live to 90Tribune

Women who start menstruation, menopause later more likely to live to 90

By Michelle Brubaker, UC San Diego Health The number of women living to age 90 in the United States has…

Defending Yourself Against Ovarian Cancer, The Silent KillerFamily Health

Defending Yourself Against Ovarian Cancer, The Silent Killer

By Kate Silver When Angelina Jolie Pitt had a double mastectomy in 2013 to prevent breast cancer, Chicagoan Carolyn Kirschner,…

How much calcium do women really need?Tribune

How much calcium do women really need?

By Kristen Rapoza, Harvard Health Letters Like many women, you may have memorized the minimum daily calcium requirement — 1,000…