Women with benign breast disease face higher risk of breast cancer in the long term, according to large-scale study

The risk of breast cancer is almost doubled in women diagnosed with benign breast disease.

Uterine fibroid growth activated by chemicals found in everyday products

For the first time, scientists at Northwestern Medicine have demonstrated a causal link between environmental.

Researchers identify a regulator of breast cancer development

UT Southwestern researchers have identified a causative signaling pathway in breast cancer, providing potential new.

Pandemic-related stress linked with changes in menstrual cycle

Women with high stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic were twice as likely to experience.

Shorter sleep in later life linked to higher risk of multiple diseases

Getting less than five hours of sleep in mid-to-late life could be linked to an.

Hormone therapy may help prevent shoulder pain and loss of motion in menopausal women

Women aged 40 to 60 years are most affected by adhesive capsulitis, a painful orthopedic.

Long-term study supports link between inflammation and cognitive problems in older breast cancer survivors

Scientists are still trying to understand why many breast cancer survivors experience troubling cognitive problems.

Risk factor for developing Alzheimer’s disease increases by 50-80% in older adults who have had COVID-19

Older people who were infected with COVID-19 show a substantially higher riskā€”as much as 50%.

Good outcomes from first 5 years of uterus transplants, but concerns remain

For women who can’t get pregnant because they don’t have a uterus or the one.

Obesity linked to higher risk of broken bones in women

New research being presented at the European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Maastricht, the Netherlands,.