Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Women's Health News Stories - July 2004

Date Title Comments Rating
2004-07-31 Risk of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) decreases with condom use 0 None
2004-07-29 Teenage girls' obsession with looking like Britney Spears or Posh Spice is leading to them to make unhealthy diet choices 0 None
2004-07-29 Tool that enables women with breast cancer to choose their own course of treatment 0 None
2004-07-29 Difference in uptake of breast cancer information by different socioeconomic groups 0 None
2004-07-28 Women with a history of cancer in their family are better off having MRI scans instead of mammograms 0 None
2004-07-28 An interactive computer program can help educate women about breast cancer risk and genetic testing 0 None
2004-07-26 Definite link between migraine and menstruation 0 None
2004-07-26 Cervical cancer greater threat to women with low incomes and educational levels 0 None
2004-07-23 Combined, heart disease and stroke account for over 50% of all deaths among Los Angeles County women 0 None
2004-07-23 Though most adolescent pregnancies are accidental, a substantial number of girls want to get pregnant 0 None
2004-07-22 New information guide on cervical cancer 0 None
2004-07-22 Women twice as likely as men to develop some musculoskeletal disorders 0 None
2004-07-20 Mustard greens, cabbages, broccoli, cauliflower and brussels sprouts help to preserve cognitive abilities in ageing women 0 None
2004-07-19 Married women are much more likely to be on a diet than single women 0 None
2004-07-16 The cervical screening programme has saved Britain from an epidemic of cervical cancer 0 None
2004-07-16 Docosahexaenoic acid levels play an important role in infant development 0 None
2004-07-16 High levels of anxiety during a woman's pregnancy increases child risk of disease and disorder 0 None
2004-07-15 Success of the UK’s national screening programme for cervical cancer 0 None
2004-07-13 Women with a condition called vulvodynia process pain differently 1 None
2004-07-09 Not enough being done for girls who sexually abuse say researchers 0 None
2004-07-08 Chemoradioimmunotherapy for advanced breast cancer 0 None
2004-07-07 Antidepressants should not be avoided in treatment of pregnant women with severe depression 0 None
2004-07-07 Combining targeted immunotherapy with chemotherapy and radiation therapy to successfully kill metastatic tumour cells 0 None
2004-07-07 Soy protein not effective in improving memory in post menopausal women 0 None
2004-07-06 Highest rates of gonorrhea and chlamydia are seen in African Americans females aged 15 to 19 years 0 None
2004-07-05 Public health messages addressing obesity may increase eating disorders 0 None
2004-07-02 Even in the middle of a heart attack, women are less likely than men to think their symptoms are heart-related 0 None
2004-07-02 Questions about this once widely-accepted treatment for postmenopausal ills 0 None
2004-07-02 Single embryo transfer (SET) can produce an acceptable pregnancy rate while lowering the incidence of multiple pregnancies 0 None
2004-07-01 Longer maternity leave period may improve some women's mental and physical health 0 None
2004-07-01 Employers are key to overcoming U.S. breastfeeding dilemma 0 None
2004-07-01 First strokes now bone health, moderate alcohol consumption good for women 0 None
2004-07-01 Before a woman decides to undergo a hysterectomy she should find out about uterine fibroid embolization 0 None


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