For couples having trouble getting pregnant, there are a variety of procedures that can help them conceive. New research indicates that testing the m...
Condition Center: Womens Health
Breastfeeding is scientifically proven to provide health benefits to both mother and baby, so why aren't more women doing it?
Alcohol and pregnancy don't -- and shouldn’t -- mix.
Soy products—foods that contain soybeans and their derivatives—are fairly commonplace and are often used as meat substitutes. Though there is som...
Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women-and a lack of research could be the culprit.
Birth is a normal process, but it does involve a painful period of labor. A new treatment for the pain may soon become available in Australian hospit...
Restrictions on the amount of fish pregnant women should eat may need to be re-evaluated.
Giving birth at home may not be as dangerous as some think.
Researchers have been trying to figure out what causes autism for years. And with some new evidence, they might be a little closer to solving the puz...
PMS means days of emotional distress and physical pain, but new evidence suggests it could also have effects on women years later.
The World Health Organization (WHO) released some promising statistics on maternal mortality this week.
If you're looking for a natural way to reduce your osteoporosis risk, you may want to give soybeans a try.
The due date guessing game may be about to get a whole lot easier.
Pelvic pain during pregnancy is one of those uncomfortable byproducts of motherhood. But staying active in the months prior may help.
The gift of life is arguably the most precious thing anyone can give or receive. Now, some women in the UK are receiving the ability to give life.
A decision A-list actress Angelina Jolie made two years ago might have had some lasting impacts on women's health awareness.
When it comes to unexplained infertility, the type of treatment you receive could make a difference in your outcome.
Infertility can be a big concern for some women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). But exercise and weight loss may be here to help.