"Manly" men consider their partner's orgasm as their own achievement, boosting their own ego and undermining their partner's "big moment".
Pregnant women taking certain epilepsy medication have increased risk of giving birth to babies with defect or malformation.
Scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research, in collaboration with the Sun Yat-sen University Cancer Centre in China, have developed a new computerized test that measures metastasis diversity to predict ovarian cancer survival.
A new study revealed that most of the fertility app available for download through iTunes, Google and Play Store are not very effective in preventing and planning pregnancies.
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.
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.
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.
Researchers recently discovered common pigeons can learn to distinguish between benign and malignant human breast tissue in digitized mammogram slides.
Researchers have determined that a single gene variant is responsible to giving aging women a much higher risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, compared to men of the same age.
Scientists have discovered two new gene variants associated with an increased risk of breast cancer, a major new study says, providing important insights into the causes of the disease and how it develops.
Rates and prevalence of cervical cancer in the United States, especially among older women, are likely higher than what current statistics indicate. Past analyses did not account for all influential factors, a new study suggests.
Prescription painkiller overdoses in women was five times higher in 2010 than in 1999, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported on Tuesday.