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  1. FDA Investigates Newer Birth Control Pills

    June 2, 2011 -- The FDA has issued a safety alert warning that women taking a newer type of birth control pill containing the progestin hormone drospirenone may be at higher risk for developing potentially deadly blood clots than women taking pills with an older type of progestin hormone. Pills cont

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  2. Household Germs Hide in Unexpected Spots

    May 13, 2011 -- Germs may be lurking where you least expect them, according to a new study by NSF International. Contrary to public perception that the bathroom is the most germ-ridden room in the house, the real trouble spot is the kitchen. And the most germ-tainted item is the one most people reac

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  3. Internet Popular With People Seeking Health Information

    May 12, 2011 -- Millions of Americans turn to the Internet for medical information, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project. The survey also finds that although people heavily use information found online, doctors, nurses, and other health professiona

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  4. Study: Ovary Removal Doesn’t Raise Heart Risk

    April 25, 2011 -- A new analysis of data from a major women’s health study finds little evidence that ovary removal during hysterectomy increases heart disease risk. The findings appear to contradict those from another large study in women suggesting a higher risk for heart disease and stroke associ

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  5. Women's Voices Unaffected by Menstrual Cycle

    April 11, 2011 -- Contrary to what some people think, women’s voices don’t change at different points of time over their menstrual cycle. A new study shows that women’s voices remain steady throughout the hormonal changes associated with their menstrual cycle and don’t become any higher or more shri

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  6. Do Shopping Trips Help You Live Longer?

    April 7, 2011 -- Regular trips to the store may help people live longer, even if they don't buy anything, according to researchers in Taiwan. So does this mean "retail therapy" could be classed as an actual therapy for healthy aging? Other factors also come into play, one expert on aging tells WebMD

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  7. Fibroids: How Long Would You Wait for Treatment?

    March 1, 2011 -- Women who sought treatment to relieve the pain, heavy bleeding, or other symptoms caused by uterine fibroids report a better quality of life after their procedure, a new study shows. But several years after recovering from one of three different interventions -- an abdominal hystere

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  8. New Guidelines on Women’s Heart Risk

    Feb. 15, 2011 -- Women who have been diagnosed with preeclampsia, pregnancy-induced hypertension, or diabetes during pregnancy are now considered at risk for heart attack or stroke going forward, according to newly updated guidelines from the American Heart Association (AHA). The 2011 update to the

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  9. Vitamin E and Fatty Acids May Ease PMS

    Jan. 19, 2011 -- A supplement containing vitamin E and essential fatty acids may help reduce symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), Brazilian researchers report in Reproductive Health. Of 120 women with PMS or the more severe premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), those who took 1- or 2-gram caps

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  10. With Mammograms, Timing May Matter

    Dec. 14, 2010 -- Women who have regular mammograms should consider paying attention to when they are scheduled. New research finds the timing of mammograms could affect the accuracy of results. ''Try to schedule it during the first week of your menstrual cycle," says researcher Diana Miglioretti, Ph

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