Two Common Gene Mutations Boost Breast Cancer Risk, Scientists Find
Women with two genetic mutations have a higher risk of breast cancer and should be screened, scientists say.
Endometrial Cancer Diagnosis Update: Early Screening May Now Be Possible
Researchers are hot on the trail of a new way to detect cancer in a woman’s uterus, which now often goes unnoticed and can be deadly.
Can You Smell Asparagus In Your Pee? Most European-Americans Can’t Detect This Distinct Odor
Researchers examined data on 6,909 men and women of European-American descent to determine who can and can't smell asparagus pee.
Endometrial Cancer vs. Ovarian Cancer: Symptoms And Facts About 6 Cancers Of Female Reproductive Organs
The female reproductive system isn't safe from cancer; it can enter the ovaries, the cervix and even the vagina.
Endometrial Cancer Symptoms: What To Know About Female Reproductive Cancer After Journalist Gwen Ifill’s Death
Cancer of the uterus is not well known, but is receiving some attention after veteran journalist Gwen Ifill died of the disease.
7 Body Parts You Can Live Without, From Stomachs To Penises
Don’t like all of your organs? No problem — you can live without a whole bunch of them.
Why Do I Smell Maple Syrup? 6 Facts About Inherited Disorder Maple Syrup Urine Disease
Want to know more about maple syrup urine disease? We’ve listed six essential facts.
4 Most Common Cancers In Women And Who's Most At Risk
These are the four most common cancers to be diagnosed in women, plus the risk factors that make women even more likely to develop them.
15.5 Million Americans Have A History Of Cancer; Prostate, Breast Cancers Top The List
As of Jan. 1, 2016, more than 15.5 million Americans have a history of cancer; in 2026, this number will reach more than 20 million.
90-Year-Old Woman With Uterine Cancer Skips Treatment, Goes On Epic Cross-Country Road Trip
A 90-year-old woman has become a celebrity after choosing to forgo cancer treatment to instead travel the country.