Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Women's Health News Stories - October 2005

Date Title Comments Rating
2005-10-30 Hypertension and uric acid contributes to premature delivery 0 None
2005-10-30 Terminating compared with delivering an unwanted first pregnancy was not directly related to risk of depression 0 None
2005-10-30 Domestic irritability and depression in women 0 None
2005-10-30 Women with defects in lipoprotein metabolism may actually be able to bear children without complications 0 None
2005-10-26 Fight over billboards linking cancer to abortion 0 3
2005-10-26 Why some women turn from pussycats to tigers once a month! 0 None
2005-10-25 Physical and emotional impact of breast cancer 0 None
2005-10-24 Depression alone affects approximately 1.3 million Australian women ever year 0 None
2005-10-24 When it comes to pain, women are in fact more sensitive 0 None
2005-10-24 Women on breast cancer treatment opt for injections to curb hot flashes 1 None
2005-10-23 Testosterone may improve women's sex lives after menopause 0 None
2005-10-20 Cervical cancer has profound psychosocial impact on affected women, as well as male partners 0 None
2005-10-20 IVF gives women false expectations 0 None
2005-10-19 Comparison of the risks and benefits of fish consumption 0 None
2005-10-19 Distress caused by hot flushes seriously under-played 0 None
2005-10-19 Majority of women with breast cancer do not need chemotherapy 0 None
2005-10-18 Not enough evidence to recommend routine bed rest for hypertension in pregnancy 0 None
2005-10-18 Want to get sexy? lose some weight! 0 None
2005-10-17 Black women with chronic pain experience more psychological distress 0 None
2005-10-17 Women be warned, men can be bad for you! 0 None
2005-10-16 Breast conserving surgery followed by radiation therapy is a good option for women with early-stage breast cancer who have breast implants 1 None
2005-10-16 Treatment recommendations for breast cancer should not be based on a woman's marital status 0 None
2005-10-16 Cervical cancer vaccine shows promising results but smear tests still vital 0 None
2005-10-11 One in nine women in the UK now risk contracting breast cancer during their lifetime 0 None
2005-10-10 The rise of breast cancer 0 None
2005-10-09 Reflexology popular amongst women receiving chemotherapy 0 None
2005-10-04 Pregnancy complications 0 None
2005-10-04 It's more difficult for unwed mothers to get married, and if they do, they tend to not marry well! 0 None
2005-10-04 Effects of anticonvulsants on women 0 None
2005-10-03 Survey highlights the need to increase folic acid fortification of the grain supply 0 None


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