The documentary entitled, "The Woman With Two Vaginas: Living Differently," features Nicci who first found out about her condition when she was 17 years old.
Female doctors might be better than their male counterparts in providing health care for the elderly hospitalized patients.
Locally known as Mangalyaan, the MOM mission India’s first trip to the Red Planet, a historical milestone not just for the South Asian nation, but for its women as well.
Study says women who work longer hours triple their chances of getting cancer and heart diseases.
A new study suggests that women are twice as likely to suffer from anxiety as men.
A new study revealed that women who want to quit smoking have better chance of getting rid of their addiction when they time their quit date with the optimal days within their menstrual cycle.
WHO releases guidelines for health care providers discussing how to improve health care of girls and women that underwent female genital mutilation.
There is a dramatic decrease in abortion rates in developed countries in the past 25 years, but dropped only slightly in third-world countries, research says.
Scientists may have discovered the cure to herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2), a lifelong and incurable sexually transmitted infection that is currently affecting estimated 417 million people aged 15-49 worldwide.
BB-8, the BB unit astromech droid from "Star Wars," has been in some adventures lately, including visits to Disneyland and the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. His latest mission, however, was a visit to the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California.
Dear breast cancer survivors, you might want to hold off that midnight snack. A new study showed a link in the late-night fasting of survivors and the risk of recurrence in women with the early stage of the disease.
The United Nations Environment Program recently recognized the significant impact that the anti-poaching group known as the Black Mambas has had in combating hunting in South Africa's Balule Private Game Reserve.
Early breast cancer can now be detected with simple urine samples, according to a new study.
Scientists have discovered a new breast cancer gene, providing insight into the most common cancer among American women, according to new research.