Women's Health Stories
3 Things Your Pear-Shaped Body Says About Your Health
Researchers find people with pear-shaped bodies are more likely to be protected against metabolic problems, among other health issues.
Why Sex With Ebola-Free Men Is Still Risky Years Later
Researchers find traces of Ebola RNA, the genetic material, in survivors' semen years after infection.
What Happens To Your Body When You Move In With Your Partner
Couples who live together change their microbial profile by exchanging skin bacteria.
New Underwear Helps People With Bladder Leakage
The maker of the period-proof panties now bring you pee-proof underwear.
Science Explains Your Likelihood Of Having A Gay Gene
Homosexuality is partly rooted in genetics rather than being a lifestyle choice, according to science.
Early Menopause Could Signal Future Diabetes
New study says women with early menopause were more likely to have diabetes, but researchers don't yet know why.
Your Period Could Control Depression Risk
Differences in hormone exposure may explain why some women experience depression during menopause while others don't.
What You Should Know Before Getting Your First Bikini Wax
Heading to get a wax for the first time? Here's what you should know about bikini and Brazilian waxes.
Drinking Multiple Cups Of Coffee A Day Could Help You Live Longer
Two recent studies have found that drinking multiple cups of coffee a day is associated with decreased risk of dying from any cause.
5 Ways Alcohol May Help Your Sex Life
Nothing can ruin a romantic evening like having too much to drink, but alcohol in moderation may enhance your love life.
Egg Freezing Rises Among Smart Women Due To Lack Of Men
Graduate women are freezing their eggs due to a lack of men committed to starting a family.
3 Ways To Keep Lips Healthy And Kissable This Summer
In honor of International Kissing Day, here are three ways to keep your lips healthy and soft this summer.