Women's Health

According to recent research, concussion is suspected to cause increased menstrual bleeding and other abnormalities as to periods. The study was performed by the University of Pittsburgh and involved 130 young women and girls. Dr. Anthony P. Kontos, lead researcher of the study, was always concerned about how a concussion can influence a woman's menstrual bleeding. In order to clarify this matter,…

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Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancers that affect people all over the globe. While most of those who have it are women, some men suffer from this type of cancer as well. It is also one of the deadliest types, accounting for 18.2 percent of cancer deaths worldwide, regardless of gender. In the USA alone, 39,620 breast cancer deaths are reported annually.

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Statistics place the percentage of women who suffer noticeable symptoms of PMS at 60%. Furthermore, surveys indicate that one out of three women who suffer PMS end up in hospital wards, psychiatric institutions and even in prison.

E. Abraham, MD, a researcher engaging in studies on PMS stated that this female problem is a vastly unrecognized cause of social problems including divorce and…

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A study in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society shows that most adults maintain their ability to have and enjoy sex late into their old age. The same research also shows that sexual satisfaction, regardless of the levels of activity, has a very close relationship with most individuals’ perception of the quality of life, and this is even more so when it comes to women.

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Nowadays, it is fairly normal to talk about erectile dysfunction and solutions like Viagra. In fact, men seem to completely have put their male pride aside to a point where even sportsmen and celebrities endorse the drug publicly.

However, there is still pressure for women to perform, and a lot of them remain ashamed of not being able to do so and unaware that there is a very real cause…

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Women who suffer from migraines have a reason to be worried. New research suggests that such women have a 50 percent greater chance of developing heart problems. The alarm surrounding revelations such as this emanates from the fact that migraines are so widespread, which makes this issue a public health concern.

Doctors have been talking about the link between migraines and ailments such…

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