A recent study led by researchers from the Cleveland Clinic shows that certain types of diabetes drugs can help to decrease the risk of cancer in female patients with type 2 diabetes by up to 32 percent.
A recent study suggests that women with severe menstrual cramps may find relieve in a class of erectile dysfunction drugs, according to researchers from Penn State College of Medicine.
Thanks to researchers from the University of Iowa, they've stumbled onto a "matchmaking formula." It's really quite simple: Pair people according to past interests in the online dating world instead of who they think they're interested in.
Have you ever marveled at the flight of a hummingbird, as its little wings beat 80 times per second! Well, a recent study also looks at the magic of this creature's metabolism.
Caffeine or alcohol? It's a tough one to call, for certain.
A recent study looks at the effectiveness of two intrauterine contraceptives with lower doses of the hormone , both of which were found to be effective in preventing pregnancy.
California couple Hannah and Tom Hepner welcomed three rare and identical triplet baby girls on Nov. 22 without the help of any fertility treatments.
A recent study shows that younger women with denser breast tissue may be at a higher risk for developing breast cancer.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved three new personalized vaccines designed for children and elderly people.
Women will not be the only ones to pop in contraceptive pills as scientists are trying to invent male contraceptive pills, which might be available within 10 years.
The number of dementia cases is estimated to rise by 17 percent by 2050, increasing the present number of dementia patients from 44 million to 76 million by 2030 and 135 million by 2050 globally, according to the Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI).