Chronic UTIs come back repeatedly or never fully go away despite treatment.
Corporate medicine is hijacking feminist narratives around empowerment and women’s rights to market technologies, tests and treatments that aren’t backed by evidence.
It’s important for women to not only be aware of their risk for heart disease, but also how they can be proactive and make informed decisions regarding their heart health at all stages of life.
Two thirds of people with Alzheimer’s disease are women – but activation of a brain protein called CYP46A1 might hold the key to prevention.
During pregnancy, the body’s capacity to regulate temperature changes. Here’s how to cool down and the overheating red flags to watch out for.
Menopause can be a key factor in some women’s decision to retire early. But with the right interventions, workplaces can enable women to manage their symptoms and remain in the workforce.
We know nausea and vomiting is common all times of day during pregnancy. Calling it morning sickness contributes to the stigma and misunderstanding of the condition.
A cup of coffee might help you kick-start your day, but it may actually make painful periods worse. Here’s what else to avoid (and eat) if you have period pain.
Dryness, irritation, or pain during sex can be managed. But not everyone has these symptoms or is bothered by them.
New research has uncovered the hormone that triggers morning sickness, offering hope for millions of women.
New research sheds light on how autism affects how we feed our babies, and vice versa.
The little-known gynaecological cancer with a link to HPV.
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Around 7,000 women were on waiting lists for menopause treatment in England earlier this year, one report found.
IVF doesn’t always work, but clinics often don’t make that clear to patients.
Working out how much blood you’re losing and getting a sense of when it’s outside the normal range can be difficult. Recent research on the capacity of different period products could help.
Understanding our menstrual cycle and taking a proactive approach to our periods is vital to improving sports performance.
How to improve your pelvic floor and get active after giving birth.
Vulval conditions can be life threatening. But many people don’t know even know what the correct terms for female genitals are.
Many women want to see the same one or two midwives throughout, and want to chose where they give birth. And when the time comes, they want a vaginal birth, with less intervention.