Stressed women are more likely to miscarry, study claims
6 monthes ago - By Daily Mail
The study, conducted at University College London and Zhejang University in China, provides strong evidence that stress in a woman's early adulthood could have serious consequences later in life.
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Errors Found in Study Claiming Physicians Underestimate Women's Heart Risks
6 monthes ago - By Medscape
The Journal of the American College of Cardiology and a 15-member team of researchers have acknowledged that they were wrong to claim in a June report that only 22% of primary care doctors and 42% of heart doctors feel well prepared to assess a woman's heart disease risk.
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