Women's Health

  • blood test hormones
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    Current evidence is conflicting about how sex hormones affect cardiovascular events in women. In a new study, aimed at investigating this further, researchers assessed nearly 3000 post-menopausal women participating in the MESA study. To see their results, read more.
  • antibiotics
    Antibiotics are commonly prescribed for the treatment of uncomplicated urinary tract infection, but recent findings have suggested that ibuprofen could achieve similar effects. In a new study, researchers aimed to explore this further.
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  • kidney damage
    Although diabetes is known to be associated with renal impairment, less is known about the effects of gestational diabetes on renal function. Researchers aimed to explore this further in a study of more than 1200 women with and without history of gestational diabetes.
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  • OB/GYNs
    The American Heart Association and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists have released a new advisory for the identification and reduction of cardiovascular disease risk in US women.
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