Women's Health

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Women's Health

Although still exceedingly rare, menstrual toxic shock syndrome can be dangerous and has been tied to the use of tampons.

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Women's Health

Belly fat reduces a woman's chances for surviving kidney cancer, but not a man's, a new study suggests.

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Women's Health

Pap tests have helped drive down rates of cervical cancer, and a new study suggests they also could be used to detect other gynecologic cancers early.

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Women's Health

If you worry about catching a nasty infection when you fly, a new study suggests your risk boils down to exactly how close you are to that sick passenger.

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Women's Health

Depression is a big problem in women during and after pregnancy, but it's also a concern throughout the reproductive years.

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Women's Health

A new study calls for regular monitoring of "moderate" cervical lesions that might point to the potential for cancer later on, rather than immediate treatment.

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