It’s been an exciting year in breast cancer research: A number of recent advances will help prevent, detect, and treat the disease that women dread so much. Among the most important: Hope for tough cases. Relatively few drugs work against “triple negative” breast cancer — tumors lacking receptors for estrogen, progesterone, and HER2. But a new category of drug called PARP inhibitors may change that...
In the months before her wedding, Ashlee Williams should have been focusing on the big day. Instead, the 28-year-old kindergarten teacher from Atlanta was often curled up in bed with pain caused by endometriosis, a disease that creates growths and lesions in the pelvic cavity and abdomen….
Birth-Control: 5 Surprising EffectsWomen's Health MagazineWritten by Beth Howard
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Just when you thought you knew it all about birth control, a stream of new studies comes along to boggle your brain. It can be tough keeping up with the latest info on your current contraceptive, much less all the other options out there—heck, even how many options there are out there!
Your Best Breasts At Any AgePrevention MagazineWritten by Beth Howard
In the dramedy that constitutes a woman’s life, the brain and heart play the starring roles—but breasts surely have a major part...