Dr. Linda Eckert, an expert in cervical cancer prevention, believes the answer involves gender inequalities and sexual stigmas. She discusses these issues and offers life-saving prevention methods for women.
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Nearly 90% of women who could become pregnant but don't want to use contraception – which may worsen a preexisting autoimmune disease.
Dr. James Hamblin explains how to tell if a persistent itch or bothersome joint pain has a simple fix or needs to be checked by a professional.
Experts discuss the dangerous reality of gender bias in health care.
Science is learning a thing or two from nature. A stressful day may look different depending on your gender. Everything we know about love may be wrong.
Dr. Lindsay Admon joins us this week to explain the factors feeding into this crisis and offers potential solutions that could save more women. Nicky Dawkins, a professional doula, also chimes in with the benefits of bringing in extra advocates.
Treatments for metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer have remained the same for seventy years – until now. Scientists have created a medication, called Nubeqa, that pairs with the original treatments and helps lengthen the lifespan of patients.
Areola restoration is a subset of medical tattooing – an advanced form of cosmetic tattooing. It can provide a sense of closure for the women who’ve battled cancer and undergone mastectomies.
Efforts to improve the health habits of children have largely failed; A recent study in reveals that our gender determines how our muscles interact with other metabolic tissue; Does toxic air damage our brains?; Video games may not be rotting our brains after all.
A new invention helps researchers study the body’s chemistry; A spray-on coating could eventually replace plastic wrap; How to stay cool while lowering your energy bill; And finally, women in science don’t always get credit for their work.
A recent survey by Orlando Health finds that many men overestimate how healthy they are, prompting one-third of them to skip their annual health screening.
It’s long been the case that men over 70 have the highest rate of suicide. Dr. Carrie Ditzel discusses some possible reasons as to what’s driving elderly men to take their own lives.