Women face unique health challenges. Here are the top 5 stories that dug deeper than cardiovascular disease alone, ranked in order of unique page views.
Three years ago, soap opera legend Susan Lucci was treated for two blocked arteries and urged women to take care of themselves. Last month she had another episode, and almost didn’t take her own advice.
Some risk factors for breast cancer and heart disease overlap. Following simple evidence-backed tips can lead to a two-for-one benefit.
In 2020, the maternal death rate for Hispanic women rose sharply. The reasons aren’t yet clear, but the pandemic had direct and indirect effects.
Middle-aged women with the highest levels of man-made chemicals in their blood were more likely to develop high blood pressure than their peers with the lowest levels, a new study finds.
Using frozen embryos for in vitro fertilization may increase risk for high blood pressure complications during pregnancy compared to using fresh embryos or conceiving naturally, new research suggests.
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