Breast cancer shoots up 80% for women after giving birth for the first time, study reveals
Childbirth has mysterious affects on breast cancer risks. Over awoman's lifetime, having children lowers risks, but after her fist baby, risks are higher, a University of North...
7 hours ago - Daily Mail - 4 articles
Study finds higher risk of breast cancer for women after childbirth
UNC Lineberger's Hazel Nichols, PhD, and collaborators from the Premenopausal Breast Cancer Collaborative Group identified elevated breast cancer risk after childbirth in women...
18 hours ago - UNC Healthcare - 5 articles
Breast Cancer Risk Higher for Women After Giving Birth
Elevated breast cancer risk after childbirth in women younger than 55 has been identified by researchers.
1 day ago - Medindia Health
Increased risk for breast cancer after childbirth may last more than 20 years
The increased risk for breast cancer that occurs after childbirth can last more than 20 years. The risk may be enhanced when a woman is older at first birth or has a family...
1 day ago - ScienceDaily - 4 articles
Breast cancer risk after childbirth may persist more than 20 years
The increased risk for breast cancer after giving birth can last for around 24 years, according to findings published in Annals of Internal Medicine. “Parity is widely...
1 day ago - Healio - 4 articles
Baby born after first ever womb transplant from dead donor is shown off by her proud parents
In a world exclusive interview, Luisa Santos's mother, Fabiana, 34, from Brazil, tells the Mail of the heartache, fear and - finally - joy when her impossible dream of...
4 days ago - Daily Mail
Pain Relief Options for Childbirth
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6 days ago - MedicineNet
Contraceptive Choice: Still Not Within The Reach Of Women In Texas
Women in Texas from the low-income community are not getting the contraceptive they want after childbirth, finds a new study.
7 days ago - Medindia Health
Low-income women in Texas are not receiving contraception after childbirth, study shows
Low-income women in Texas who have delivered a baby are not getting the contraception they want at their six-week postpartum visit, a new study from the Texas Policy Evaluation...
7 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
New Discovery Could Lead to Safer Drugs to Save More Women in Childbirth
Development of a safer drug may be on the horizon to save more women in childbirth, found new study.
8 days ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
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Could Living Near Oil And Gas Wells Be Increasing Our Risk Of Heart Disease?
People who were living among the Oil And Gas Wells were found to be at an Increased Risk Of Heart Disease. Particulate matter emitted from oil and gas operations is suspected...
A 30-Minute 'Clear Your Head' Cardio Playlist
Taking a run outside or hopping on the elliptical i s great way to clear your mind, especially after a long, frustrating day. Sometimes, clearing your head with a heart-pumping...
Naturally manage your blood cholesterol with fenugreek seeds
Having hyperlipidemia, or abnormally high cholesterol levels, can raise the risk of stroke and heart disease. These are the leading causes of death in the U.S. Apparently, some...
Overworked? Well Your Eyes Can Tell: Study
Your eyes are not just a window to your soul; they can tell if you are overworked, finds a new study.
How many pregnant women smoke in your town?
NHS figures for England have revealed one in 10 women across the country smoke tobacco while they're pregnant, and only 31 areas are below the national target of six per cent...
Flu jab is a lifesaver for heart failure patients
Researchers from the University of Copenhagen, led by cardiologist Dr Daniel Modin, urge for the flu jab to become part of the standard treatment for heart failure, like beta...
Cannabis addiction treatment is a success in clinical trial
The trial by Yale University included 70 men aged 18 to 55, who either got the treatment or a placebo before cutting out cannabis. Those who got the treatment had fewer...
More than 12,000 people are needlessly suffering heart attacks
People who take strong statins correctly are 33% less likely to die, a British study has found. Experts are concerned doctors are prescribing doses which are too weak.
Heart Valve Replacement: 3D Printed Models Help Determine a Perfect Fit
In patients with moderate-to-severe aortic valve blockages, artificial valves have to be implanted into a patient's heart. This 3D printed heart valves can, in turn, help the...
The dark side of mindfulness: Growing evidence the therapy can be harmful
Since 13, crippling anxiety has derailed mealtimes for long-term eating disorder sufferer, Maddy Le Bourdon. Now 27, her condition is something she has had medical treatment for.