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Dr Ghazala Aziz-Scott, Hormone Specialist, examines the link between imbalanced hormones and osteoporosis and why hormone treatment is so important.
When it comes to overturning Roe V. Wade, less than 15% of people support fully restrictive abortion legislation - with traditional gender role attitudes as a predictive factor.
Shona Wilkinson at Nutrigums explains how vitamin D could be the secret weapon to combating the effects of preeclampsia.
Menopausal and perimenopausal women in the UK face a significant health issue, as HRT shortages lead to black market alternatives and increased risks of suicide.
Magnetic nanotechnology is showing promise in locating and removing painful lesions, becoming a potential endometriosis treatment.
In the context of pregnancy and COVID vaccines, a study finds that vaccination does not create complicated birth outcomes.
The first ever woman cured from HIV underwent a dual stem-cell transplant, which seems to have made her genetically resistant to HIV and put her cancer into remission.
Scientists made progress on the implementation of male birth control, which could someday split contraceptive responsibility between all genders.
National Institute of Justice forensic science research is strengthening the fair and impartial administration of justice, explains Jonathan McGrath, Senior Policy Analyst, National Institute of Justice, Office of Investigative and Forensic Sciences
Chris Girard, Associate Professor at Florida International University, shares his expertise on sex, language & coevolving informatics.
The stigma, discrimination and lack of understanding around HIV is still persisting even 41 years after the first reported case
The European commission is calling for tougher and more robust legislation to protect women from sexual violence.
Carolyn Hobdey examines how the global pandemic affected women's health attitudes, such as contraception, menstruation and reproductive rights.
According to a longitudinal study of US women, women who have experienced sexual violence are more likely to develop high blood pressure.
Analysis of 28 studies has found that the intersection of sexual minority status with ethnicity is associated with lower cancer screenings.
Colombia’s constitutional court decriminalises abortion within 24 weeks in monumental step towards Latin American reproductive rights.
Women who experience or witness abuse, to themselves or to others, can have their menopause induced earlier, and accelerate their reproductive ageing.
Acknowledging pleasure as a key driver of sexual behaviour has more success in teaching safe sex than traditional sex education – as well as targeting STI/HIV risk reduction.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) explains changes are necessary to protect women and girls from the health consequences of unsafe abortions.
Researchers find a link between obesity, metabolic hormones, and female reproductive disorders - suggesting obesity may elevate the risk.