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Quick pregnancy safe after stillbirth, study finds

There is no reason to delay having another baby after a stillbirth, research in the Lancet suggests. Although women are often told to wait for a year before getting pregnant again, there is little evidence to back up this advice, BBC reported. This international study of 14,000 births found no increased risk of problems if...
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Heart Attacks Are Becoming More Common in Younger Women

published in a special Go Red for Women issue of the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation. Researchers analyzed hospital admissions data in the United States and found that hospital visits for heart attacks in patients between age 35 and 54 increased from 27 percent in 1995–99 to 32 percent in 2010–14. The increase was more pronounced in women, who had a...
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Night Shift Work May Be Tough on a Woman’s Heart

But study found the effect waned after nurses stopped working odd hours. Women who work rotating night shifts may face a slightly increased risk of heart disease, a new study suggests. “We saw a modest increased risk of heart disease associated with longer duration of rotating night shift work, which appears to wane after stopping shift...
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Hormone Therapy May Be OK for Women With Migraines

Women who suffer from migraines may be able to safely use hormone therapy to treat menopause symptoms, a new study suggests. The study of 85,000 U.S. women found no evidence that hormone therapy carried a particular risk of heart attack or stroke among those with a history of migraine headaches. That possibility has been a concern,...
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Artificial Sweeteners During Pregnancy May Make for Heavier Infants

Study found women who used them every day had babies who were twice as likely to be overweight by age 1 year. Pregnant women who drink artificially sweetened drinks every day may be more likely to give birth to heavier babies who are then more likely to become overweight children, researchers report. “Infants born to women...
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Top 10 Tips for Healthy Winter Skin

Winter can wreak havoc on your skin — making it dry, itchy, and irritated. And it can feel like there’s no escape: Cold, blustery conditions outside can leave your skin feeling raw, while indoor heat zaps moisture from the air and from your skin. Even the things that make winter wonderful, such as sitting by...
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Does Dirty Air Keep You Awake?

High pollution levels tied to poorer sleep in preliminary study.   Those with the highest exposure to fine particle pollution had a nearly 50 percent increased likelihood of having low sleep efficiency. Air pollution may harm your sleep, researchers say. “Prior studies have shown that air pollution impacts heart health and affects breathing and lung function, but less...
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6 Ways to Boost Women’s Health

Women’s health concerns are a little different from those of men. If you’re a woman, these tips will soon have you feeling fit and energetic. To look and feel your best at every age, it’s important to make smart lifestyle and health choices. Here are six simple things that women can do every day (or...
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7 Supplement Risks Every Woman Should Know About

Healthy or risky? Find out about limitations of these popular supplements before you pop that pill.   You may be taking more risks than you realize with certain supplements. Getty Images Nearly half of women take herbal or dietary supplements daily, and these over-the-counter products are a booming industry. Herbal dietary supplement sales reached $6...
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About Half of Women May Benefit From Mammograms at 40

Study puts new scrutiny on latest guidelines, which recommend screening can begin at age 45 or 50.   New research suggests that all women turning 40 should get a breast cancer risk assessment, since half of them may have risks that are high enough to warrant annual mammograms right away. The finding is important because the latest...
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Even a Little Exercise May Help Younger Women’s Hearts

Those active about 2.5 hours a week had 25 percent lower disease risk than those who weren’t. Joining a gym or walking or bicycling, or any other moderate activity that one enjoys, can be enough to reduce your risk of heart disease. Jose Luis Pelaez/Corbis Younger women who exercise just 2.5 hours a week may cut their...
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10 Health Screenings All Women Should Have

Mammograms, cholesterol screenings, and Pap smears — these are just a few of the exams that are essential to a woman’s health. Is it time for you to schedule one of these screenings? Every woman should make time for healthy habits — regular exercise, stress management, and choosing the right foods. Scheduling routine health screenings, which...
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The Physical Side of Stress

Frazzled by stress? Learn how it affects your emotional and physical health — and how to cope. stress is an expression of the body’s natural instinct to protect itself. While the stress response may warn us of immediate danger, like a fast-approaching car, prolonged stress can negatively affect your physical and emotional health. “Our stress response was...
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How postpartum depression is linked to mother’s pain after childbirth

A recent study has shown that postpartum depression is linked to mother’s pain after childbirth. Previous researches had demonstrated the pain associated with giving birth may increase the risk of postpartum depression but has not specified which part of the labor process (e.g., before, during or after delivery) may be the source of the problem....
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Asthma may lead to infertility in women, barring regular medicine-takers

A study found that women who have asthma and use long-acting asthma preventers conceive as quickly as other women without the condition. It seems asthma is linked to infertility, but not among women taking regular asthma preventers, Hindustantimes reported. A European Lung Foundation-study said that women with asthma, who use long-acting asthma preventers, conceive as...
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The health of pregnant women from the perspective of human rights

Akram fazlikhany (Graduate master of studies in Middle East)   Resume Human rights have a global aspect and Should be used, regardless of any discrimination, including gender discrimination. Women’s rights have different dimensions, Including it’s the health of them during pregnancy. Daily per minute, in a corner of the world, Woman due to pregnancy problems...
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