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Women who take estrogen-only hormone replacement therapy in pill form may be at increased risk for high blood pressure, new study finds.
Women who undergo regular mammogram screenings prior to a breast cancer diagnosis cut their risk of death from the disease by 72%, new research shows.
Children and adolescents who volunteer are more likely to be in excellent health and less likely to have behavioral problems, researchers say.
Once-a-day use of the targeted cancer pill Tagrisso (osimertinib) cut the five-year death rate in half for a subset of patients with early-stage lung cancer, a new clinical trial shows.
The results could have major implications for patients whose cancers carry a mutation in a gene known as EGFR, which is implicated in the out-of-control ce...
Millions of stray cats roam the world over, and surgical sterilization has long been the primary method of population control.
But a small new study shows promising results for a one-and-done contraceptive injection.
Researchers say this first-of-its-kind approach appears safe and effective.
“A non-surgical contraceptive...
Could breastfeeding lay the groundwork for good grades in high school?
That's what the findings of a new British study suggest, although the differences were small between those who were breastfed and those who weren't when it came to standardized test scores and grades.
"Breastfeeding promotes the development of the brain, which may...
As rainbow flags flutter in the June breeze for Pride Month, many LGBTQ+ people will feel tension in the air.
"It's been a really rough go for LGBTQ Americans" of late, said psychiatrist Dr. Natalia Ramos, an assistant clinical professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles.
In the wake ...
Radiation therapy might not be necessary in treating some forms of rectal cancer and lymphoma, sparing patients from the toxic treatment, a pair of new clinical trials shows.
One trial found that rectal cancer patients whose tumors shrink in response to chemotherapy can safely skip the radiation therapy that’s normally provided prior to ...
Money woes have long been linked to worse health care. Now, a new study finds financially strapped patients often put off cancer screenings -- only to learn they have the disease when it's advanced and tougher to treat.
Researchers studied the financial background of nearly 102,000 patients diagnosed with cancer between 2014 and 2015....