Do you always believe what you see in the media? There can be many ways to ’spin’ a story, particularly when related to health, so you need to learn to read between the lines.
A study undertaken at Stanford University in California found that women who take HRT for more than five years double their risk of suffering breast cancer for every 12 months they spend taking it.
Research has shown interesting links between the reproductive patterns of humans and some types of whales.
New research done at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, is recommending that progesterone is a viable treatment option for traumatic brain injuries.
The New York Times reported on how best to tackle menopausal symptoms, and transdermal progesterone gets a thumbs up. If you want to know why applying to the skin is more effective than other methods read on ..
Teenagers starting to use oral contraception may be putting their long-term bone health at risk.
It may seem completely arbitrary, but according to a new UK study it is genetics that are the key to the age at which girls start their periods.
Men, and women, who are looking to increase their testosterone levels could benefit from learning about this natural supplement.
High-grade serous ovarian cancer (HGSOC), the fifth-deadliest cancer among American women, is thought by many scientists to often be a fallopian tube malignancy masquerading as an ovarian one.
The Simple Effect of Getting Older and its Impact on Causing Osteoporosis