Some gynecologists advise women to refrain from eating too many non-organic meat products, which could possibly lead to the worsening of uterine fibroids.
For apple-shapes like Sophie Dahl who struggle to stay slim the news may come as a blow – a woman’s shape is not determined by diet but by 13 inherited genes.
Scientists take a hard look at the chemicals lurking in Brazilian blowouts, aka Brazilian keratin treatments. Luckily, natural beauty and hair options abound.
Experts say the extra fat tissue is encouraging young bodies to produce hormones which kickstart sexual changes. Researchers in the U.S. found that one in ten girls aged seven had developed breast tissue, one of the first signs of puberty.
Research has shown that women are more likely to feel the effects of climate change because they have less access to resources. Changing weather patterns increase poor women’s work burden on gathering water and firewood.
A person's chances of developing cancer are effected by their mother's behavior before they are even conceived, a leading nutritionist has claimed. Medical experts have long believed that cancer risk is associated with their genes and lifestyles as adu...
Whenever discussion arises about Delaware's higher-than-average cancer rate, the state's history of high pollution levels and environmental contaminants are usually cited as anecdotal – if not scientific – reasons. There's not nearly as much talk a...
Britian's high number of breast cancer cases is being fuelled by the Western lifestyle that encourages women to over-eat, drink too much and exercise too little, say new figures.
The substance that makes cigarettes addictive may also cause the growth of cancer tumours, scientists revealed today. It is the first time nicotine has been implicated as one of the chemicals in cigarettes that can trigger the development of breast can...
Scientists have found a region of DNA that can increase or decrease the high chance of breast cancer linked to a particular gene variant — a finding that could help doctors keep a closer eye on women most at risk.