Dads 7 April '17
Ovarian cancer remains to be a top killer of women in the United States and actor Pierce Brosnan talked about how he lost his wife and daughter to the illness.
Moms 7 November '16
Despite what she went through, the "Jack Reacher" actress was still able to have two children with hubby Taram Killam.
Pregnancy 4 November '16
Experts found that doing Pap smears early in pregnancy can help detect and treat fetuses' genetic disorders. Pap smear is a simple procedure that involves gently scraping a small sample of cells from the cervix or the opening of the uterus.
Health/Nutrition 31 October '16
Johnson & Johnson has to pay another woman claiming that she suffered from ovarian cancer by using the baby powder for feminine hygiene.
Health/Nutrition 26 October '16
This article would help you finally quit smoking.
Feeding 5 August '16
The Breastfeeding Awareness Month campaign highlights the benefits of breastfeeding for both mothers and babies. The practice of breastfeeding can also help tackle the world's most pervasive problems and inequalities.
Body 1 July '16
Uterine serous carcinoma is deemed by experts as “aggressive” and highly fatal. This kind of cancer represents almost half of all uterine cancer deaths.
Body 29 June '16
Angelina Jolie gene or the mutation of the BRCA 1 gene or BRCA 2 gene may see a spike in ovary removal if the recommended threshold reduction is approved.
Body 29 June '16
Researcher concluded that women taking preventive ovarian surgery can have 71% to 96% cancer reduction risk and may have a longer lifespan.
Medicine 21 June '16
The drug Denosumab targets marker protein carried by cancer precursor cells. Women with faulty BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes have higher risks of developing breast and ovarian cancer.
Health/Nutrition 28 March '16
The warning signs of ovarian cancer include lower back pain, abdominal bloating, painful intercourse and changes in urination.
Pregnancy 26 February '16
Worried about getting pregnant? Discover its advantages for a woman's health and be inspired.
Health/Nutrition 25 January '16
Private health firms are being scrutinized after refusing to pay for preventative surgery of a woman who has the BRCA gene.
Health/Nutrition 20 January '16
Recent research found out that women with faulty genes are having thrice the risk of developing ovarian cancer than those without.
Pregnancy 8 January '16
Women who are into Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) are said to be a third more likely to develop ovarian cancer
Health/Nutrition 9 December '13
Researchers in the Women's Cancer Program at Cedars-Sinai's Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute have identified a series of 10 genes that may signify a trifecta of benefits for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer and ultimately reflect improved survival outcomes.
Health/Nutrition 26 August '13
A new study of 4,000 women is giving the medical community hope that it may soon be possible to screen for ovarian cancer at an early stage, increasing the potential of saving those at risk from the hard-to-detect disease.