Although women like how their genitals look after labial surgery, self esteem and sexual confidence may not improve.
People with cancer are exposed to many, often misrepresented, ideas about cancer. These can induce stress and even shame for the sufferer who might feel they've done something wrong.
The World Health Organisation no longer sees Zika as a health emergency. But what does this downgrade mean for the health of mothers and babies?
We chose ten magazines, based on their popularity, and judged the quality of the health advice in them.
Epidurals were developed for pregnant women to address the severe pain of labour. In Australia approximately one in three pregnant women in labour has an epidural for pain relief.
Making sexual assault seem normal or like no big deal can have profound effects on millions of victims.
Australian government proposals to ban so-called “double dipping” with paid parental leave (PPL) risks scaling back health benefits for women who take time off to care for their babies.
We found that less than 1% of published research papers around the time of both outbreaks, that related to the outbreaks, actually explored their gendered impact.
Turkey's high cesarean rates cannot be tackled by top-down restrictive laws.
New tools help doctors and breast cancer patients decide whether chemotherapy is needed. A recent study suggested that many can forgo chemo. But the decision is complicated. Here's why.
Major causes have been identified for most common cancers, like liver and lung. But we still haven't identified one for breast cancer.