Estrogen after oophorectomy does not increase breast cancer risk
The use of estrogen following preventive oophorectomy did not appear to increase the risk for breast cancer among women carrying a BRCA1 mutation, according to findings...
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Ramifications of pelvic exam guidelines
The 2009 change in cervical cancer screening guidelines may have had an unintended consequence: fewer young women are receiving the annual chlamydia screening recommended by...
1 day ago - Modern Medicine
Late Initiation of Vaginal Dilation in a Menopausal State for a Woman with MRKH Syndrome- A Case Report
MRKH syndrome is often a difficult diagnosis to receive and to live with. Vaginal dilation as a treatment to get a functional vagina for sexual intercourse can be hard to...
1 day ago - Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology
Does menopause cause rashes?
Menopause causes a variety of familiar symptoms, such as hot flashes, mood swings, and vaginal dryness - but can it cause a rash? In this article, we look at the link between...
2 days ago - Medical News Today
Frequency of menopausal symptoms associated with vascular dysfunction
Kerry L. Hildreth Increased frequency and severity of menopausal symptoms are associated with vascular dysfunction and lower quality of life during menopausal transition...
2 days ago - Healio
USPSTF: Insufficient evidence vitamin D, calcium prevent fractures
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force said today that it recommends against low doses of vitamin D or calcium for the prevention of fractures in post-menopausal women. The...
3 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
Menopause Symptoms May Lead to Heart Disease
The frequency and severity of menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes, may be linked to an increased risk in heart disease, according to a new study....
3 days ago - AARP
Late menopause may protect women's memory
New research suggests that age at menopause onset impacts memory. While small, the cognitive benefit may mean a lower risk of dementia years later.
4 days ago - Medical News Today
Here's Why Hormones Could Be to Blame For Your Nagging Headaches
If you regularly suffer from headaches , you're likely constantly searching for a cure to bring you relief. If you haven't had any luck, it may help to get to root of the cause...
6 days ago - PopSugar
Does age at menopause affect memory?
Entering menopause at a later age may be associated with a small benefit to your memory years later, according to a new study.
6 days ago - ScienceDaily
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DeepDDI: New Technology Helps Predict Drug-drug and Drug-food Interactions
Developing a deep learning-based computational framework called as DeepDDI can help predict and generate interactions for drug-drug or drug-food constituent pairs.
Englishman cured of 'world's worst' case of super-gonorrhoea
In the first recorded case worldwide, the unidentified man caught a version of the STI that was resistant to two crucial drugs. Public Health England revealed today he has been...
Low Testosterone Levels Linked to Increased Risk Of Long-Term Disease
Low Testosterone Levels Could Put You At Increased Risk Of Long-Term Diseases, finds a new study.
New Effective Way to Deliver Anti-Cancer Drugs
A new drug delivery method has been developed using nanotubes, which is found to be effective in delivering anti-cancer drugs by reducing the side effects in cancer patients.
How a good diet can cure your acne: Doctor reveals which foods to avoid
From hormones to genetics to your skincare regime, adult acne can be triggered by many factors. New research shows this can include what you eat.
What's New in Breast Cancer Brain Metastases Treatment
By using immune system, researchers are finding ways to improve treatment for patients with breast cancer brain metastases.
Dementia patients are nearly 20% more likely to be prescribed 'inappropriate...
Researchers from the University of Sydney found dementia patients are 17 per cent more likely to be prescribed unnecessary medications for conditions such as insomnia, pain and...
Hope for the middle-aged who suffer from hand tremors
Researchers from the University of Kansas found that when worn twice a day for a month, the device reduces tremor severity by 89.5 percent. Wearing it just once reduces tremors...
Autism doctor Hans Asperger ‘willingly became a cog in the Nazi killing...
The pioneering Austrian paediatrician whose name came to describe patients with Asperger's syndrome was in fact a Nazi collaborator who sent children to their deaths, new...
This Photo Show Exactly How Coffee Is Hindering Your Weight-Loss Goals
A post shared by Marci Nevin Fitness on Apr 6, 2018 at 7:06pm PDT There are two types of people in this world: the ones who cannot function without coffee and the "others". All...