Women's Health
Breastfeeding May Lower Blood Pressure Later On
Mothers who breastfeed for the recommended amount of time may have a somewhat lower risk of developing high blood pressure later on, new research suggests. The findings, from a large study of nurses, do not prove  ...
High Cancer Risk for Saudi Women with Low Vitamin D
The Vitamin D Society wants to make the public aware of a recent study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, reporting that women in Saudi Arabia who have low vitamin D levels have six times the risk  ...
Folic Acid During Pregnancy May Prevent Autism
Taking folic acid before conception and in the early stages of pregnancy appears to reduce the risk of children developing autism, a study  ...
Younger Women With Diabetes Have Higher Heart Disease Risk
Targeted News Service Johns Hopkins Medicine issued the following news release: Results of a Johns Hopkins study published today in the journal Diabetes Care found that young and middle-aged women with type 2  ...
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