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Women Get Less Sleep With Kids In The House

Women With Children Get Less Sleep, Study Says; Men Are Less Affected With Or Without Kids

By Carrie Winters - Feb 28, 2017 07:04 AM EST

A recent study indicates that mothers get less sleep when there are kids in the house. The study states that women's sleep is affected when kids are round and does not affect men.

U.S. Supreme Court Issues Major Opinions On Abortion And Gun Rights

Abortion Has Little Effect On Women’s Mental Health [Study]

By Mohender - Dec 16, 2016 07:42 AM EST

Women are always discouraged from having abortions. These women are made aware that such an activity may lead to emotional trauma. But a study reveals that abortions have little effect on women's mental health.

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Brain Study Unlocks "Why Women Are More Vulnerable To Have An Eating Disorders Than Men?"

By Theena - Oct 20, 2016 02:25 AM EDT

Research study on "Illusory Obesity Triggers Body Dissatisfaction Responses in the Insula and Anterior Cingulate Cortexon" unlocks the neurobiological underpinnings why women are more vulnerable to have eating disorders than men, as publish in the journal Cerebral Cortex.

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Estrogen Levels Fall Rapidly In Women With A History Of Migraines

By R. Siva Kumar - Jun 03, 2016 09:54 AM EDT

Those women who have a history of migraines show a speedy drop in their estrogen levels, even if they do not undergo the illnesses during their menstrual cycles.

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Silent Heart Attacks: Women Are The Victims In Disguise

By Dipannita - May 17, 2016 08:52 PM EDT

Almost 50 percent of the heart attacks suffered by patients may be silent, according to a new study conducted in the United States. Such heart attacks do not result in any symptoms that usually appear in patients, including shortness of breath, chest pain and cold sweat.

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One In Four Pregnancies Ends Up In Abortion, Worldwide Statistics Says

By Jenn Loro - May 14, 2016 11:23 AM EDT

Global health statistics indicate that one in four pregnancies end up in abortion. A study sponsored by the World Health Organization reveals that abortion rates tend to be higher in countries where access to contraceptives and many family planning services are highly restricted.

Google Designs Emojis depicting Professional Women

Google Designs Emojis depicting Professional Women

By Ajay Kadkol - May 13, 2016 08:44 AM EDT

Google have now brought out some new designs for their emojis honoring women in the world of work. The designs have been presented to the Unicode consortium, the body that approves and standardizes emojis. The move was brought into place after the team stated that it hoped that would “empower young women and better reflect the pivotal roles women play in the world".It includes healthcare workers, scientists and businesswomen.” Emojis are increasing in terms of usage in mobile and wed messaging applications to actually personify their emotions or stories. It was so popular that even the word was added to the Oxford English dictionary in 2013.

Green Is A Shade of Good Health: Study

Green Is A Shade of Good Health: Study

By Kanika Gupta - Apr 15, 2016 10:59 AM EDT

New study suggests that women who live in areas surrounded by vegetation and greenery have lower risk of death.

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Blondes Are Beauty And Brains, Study Affirms

By Peter R - Mar 23, 2016 06:57 AM EDT

The study aims to overturn a myth that blonde women are dumb, which according to research work affects such women in social and professional pursuits.

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Flint Water Crisis May Have Increased Miscarriage Rate Among Women In Town

By Jenn Loro - Feb 15, 2016 02:23 AM EST

Health probe into the possible connection between lead poisoning and miscarriages in Flint is underway as the economically depressed city struggles with water crisis.

Men’s Health Linked to Semen Quality: Poorer Semen Means Poorer Health

Study: Zika Virus lasts in Man’s Semen for Two Months

By Cheri Cheng - Feb 13, 2016 11:38 AM EST

A case study involving a British man found that Zika virus can last in semen for two months.

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Escape from Boko Haram: 1, 500 Internally Displaced Women Give Birth in Camps

By Jenn Loro - Feb 09, 2016 11:44 AM EST

About 1, 500 women displaced by Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria have reportedly given birth in makeshift camps for internally displaced persons (IDP).

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CDC Warns Pregnant Women To Avoid Travel To Zika Hit Nations

By Peter R - Jan 21, 2016 04:25 PM EST

The virus can infect fetus to cause microcephaly that cause babies to be born with small heads and neurological problems.

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Kidney Stone Rates Spike in Children, Women and African Americans, Study Finds

By Cheri Cheng - Jan 15, 2016 04:39 PM EST

Cases of kidney stones have increased in children, women and African Americans over the past couple of years, according to a new study.

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Women More Likely To Admit Having Same Sex Encounters Than Men

By Peter R - Jan 07, 2016 05:00 PM EST

The National Survey of Family Growth found showed that 17.4 percent women said they had same sex contact

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