Latest studies have shown a very interesting trend among students regarding their reaction to optimism and overconfidence. It has come to light that female student do better when they are optimistic when compared to male students, who tend to transmute to being overconfident very quickly. It was found that while female students succeed in being Read more
Middle-aged women, who exercises moderately are much happier compared to their counterpart that does vigorous workout. The study claims that women, who does exercise moderately tends to go back for more workout. A group of researchers led by Steriani Elavsky of Penn State University in Pennsylvania conducted the study on 255 women with age ranging Read more
According to latest research, marriage and divorce seem to have a profound effect on weight. The most interesting part is that the effects are reversed in the case of both genders. It has been observed that while women notice an increase in their waistlines after marriage, men begin to put on weight after divorce.
According to latest research, low oxygen levels in the body can be a major cause of cancer. There is a special gene in the body called BRCA1 that suppresses the growth and development of cancer cells. When oxygen levels in the body recede, this gene gets suppressed and hence, cannot effectively suppress cancer cells. This Read more
A new research has stated that the women, who are living with high levels of protein (called aromatase) in their breasts, are living with high risk of developing breast cancer. This researchers has come out in such a time while many recent breast cancer therapies are targeting both of those processes named as inactivation of Read more
A freshly made study has stated that depression can even increase the risk of stroke in women. In this regard the researchers of the Nurses’ Health Study have been monitoring many women for a six years period, after that they have concluded that a history of depression can even associated with near about 29 percent Read more
A hot serve research has stated that in general the women, who suffer from eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia may take too much time to get pregnant than other women. To prove it the team of researchers from UK asked more than 11,087 pregnant women and monitored them over 12 to 18 weeks of Read more
More women research online health information According to the results released on Thursday by The United States National Center for Health Statistics showed that more women use the Internet to search for information on health and medical conditions. Moreover, a larger number of white people than the minority communities utilize the World Wide Web to Read more
Modification to previous recommendations The August issue of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Practice Bulletin on Breast Cancer Screening has modified the previous recommendation for annual mammography screening in women. The previous recommendation advised women aged fifty and above a mammography every year. However, the modified recommendation suggests that women over forty years Read more
A new study has formed by the scientists of Group Health Research Institute or GHRI, which has found that birth control pills may reduce the density of bones. This study also showed that the ultimate impacts of the bone were much more smaller, which varies with the woman’s age and the pills hormone dose.
The Obama government has issued health care law commanding insurers must include on their list of services. In the future, the law might also cover the free birth control that includes the popular “morning after pill.” Tuesday, this week, a nonpartisan Institute of Medicine panel suggested contraception and other services associated with Women’s Health should Read more
Teenage eating disorders resurface during middle age According to new studies, women who suffered with eating disorders in their younger years can fall prey to the condition again whenever they are under severe mental stress. Although several women get through their middle age without having to endure eating disorders, others who go through a tough Read more