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FDA Warns of Cancer Risk in Fibroid Procedure
The FDA is warning women that a procedure to treat growths in the uterus could spread cancer to other parts of the body.
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Judge Nixes North Dakota's Six-Week Abortion Ban
A federal judge on Wednesday overturned a North Dakota law banning abortions when a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
Could DNA Tests One Day Replace Pap Smears?
A DNA test that could replace the Pap smear is getting pushback from patient groups.
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Want to Curse Your Spouse? You May Just Be 'Hangry'
To test their theory, scientists turned to an experiment asking married couples to secretly stick pins into a voodoo doll representing their spouse.
'Pretty' Facebook Friends May Make Us Feel Worse
Fixating on the bikini selfies of Facebook friends can make a young woman feel worse about her own body, a new study suggests.
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Docs Cringe at Radio Jock's C-Section Idea
Sports announcer Boomer Esiason suggested a Mets baseball player's wife should have had a scheduled C-section but docs say that's never a good idea.
Fertility Drugs Do Not Raise Breast Cancer Risk
The findings should reassure women worried that they would pay down the road for having taken the drug, which stimulates the production of eggs.
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Maria Shriver: Are Moms Drinking Too Much?
The “mommy juice” culture has normalized drinking at play dates; 40 percent of moms say they drink to cope with the stress of parenting.
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Study: Mammogram Benefits Oversold, Harms Downplayed
Dr. Nancy Snyderman
New research recommends that doctors focus on an individual’s risk for breast cancer when it comes to recommending mammography.
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