Recently I read in the LA Times about this exciting new development for treating, and possibly curing, diabetesIn the exciting new field … Read more about Let’s Cure Diabetes! Revolutionary New Gene Therapy Offers a Fresh Approach
There are 5.7 million Alzheimer's patients in the US. Two thirds of those patients are women. In other words, Alzheimer's devastates twice … Read more about The Link Between Menopause and Alzheimer’s: What You Need to Know
People’s bodies aren't the same. We’re all physically different, each from the other. This isn't exactly headline news. But genetic research … Read more about The Human Genome, A New Way to Treat Patients?
Over the last few decades, reproductive scientists have reached a consensus. Men’s sperm counts are steadily decreasing, at least in the … Read more about Sperm Counts Are Falling, Sperm Freezing Is on the Rise
Americans are more likely to anticipate negative than positive effects from widespread use of gene-editing technology An astonishing and … Read more about Gene Editing Can Save Your Unborn Baby’s Life! But Will Americans Allow It to Happen? [new study]
The device, strapped to a pregnant woman’s belly, creates music in response to the baby's kicks and other movements. Mozart composed his … Read more about Babies Can Now Make Music in the Womb! Behold the Womba
An experimental therapy seems to have eradicated cancer in a patient with metastatic breast cancer who had failed every other treatment. The … Read more about A Miracle? Immunotherapy Melts Tumors Away in Terminal Breast Cancer Patient
Electronic media devices can cause sleep problems in children. How serious is this? And what can we do about it? Smartphones and tablets … Read more about Kids Not Sleeping? Remove ALL Glowing Devices Before Bed!
Heads Up for Parents of Autistic Kids: Google Glass May Be an Effective Aid for the Autistic Community!
Google Glass—in it's new Enterprise Edition—may be the 'new cool' in helping children with autism and their parents manage their … Read more about Heads Up for Parents of Autistic Kids: Google Glass May Be an Effective Aid for the Autistic Community!
With seventy percent of women in the U.S. suffering from uterine fibroids, the pain and discomfort they cause is one of the most universal … Read more about There’s a New Pill in Town and It’s About to Revolutionize Uterine Fibroid Treatment!
“Don’t you want to have your own child?” It’s a question that Maya Grobel used to hear often, before she gave birth to her baby girl, Momo. … Read more about Why Couple Spent 3 Years Filming Their Darkest Days Battling Infertility
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At Rainbow Day Camp in the San Francisco Bay Area, children 4 to 12 feel they can be themselves. "I feel like a boy, but I look like a … Read more about Summer Camps for Transgender Kids are Growing as Children Come Out at Younger Ages
On Monday, a jury awarded a California woman $417 million because she developed ovarian cancer and had used Johnson & Johnson Baby … Read more about Talcum Powder Causes Ovarian Cancer? LA Jury Thinks So, Awards $417 Million
A nationwide survey shows that postpartum nurses often fail to warn mothers about potentially life-threatening complications following … Read more about Expectant Mothers: Learning About Postpartum Complications NOW Could Save Your Life
Women are still victims of medical misdiagnosis. In the 19th century, physicians (nearly all of them male; in most countries, women were … Read more about Why Are So Many Women Misdiagnosed?