Get Healthy!

Results for search "Women's Problems: Misc.".

10 May

Women With Heart Attack Symptoms Treated Less Urgently Than Men, Study Finds

Women rushed to the ER with chest pain wait longer for treatment and receive fewer basic heart tests, researchers say.

30 Jul

Getting Your Period Early Ups The Odds Of Hot Flashes and Night Sweats At Menopause, New Study Finds.

Overweight and obesity may also impact the severity of these symptoms.

Health News Results - 359

11 Jun
It's a Myth That Promiscuous Women Have Low Self-Esteem

It's a Myth That Promiscuous Women Have Low Self-Esteem

The old double standard lives on.

A new study finds that many people still believe -- incorrectly -- that women who engage in casual sex have low self-esteem. And they don't think the same is true of men.

"We were surprised that this stereotype was so widely held,"...

08 Jun
Fibroid Pain, Bleeding Is Driving Thousands of Women to the ER

Fibroid Pain, Bleeding Is Driving Thousands of Women to the ER

Far too many women are showing up in U.S. emergency rooms due to fibroids, according to a new study spanning 12 years.

Fibroids are common noncancerous growths in the uterus. They don't always cause symptoms, but those that do may result in heavy menstrual bleeding and s...

07 Jun
A Woman's Diet Might Help Her Avoid Breast Cancer

A Woman's Diet Might Help Her Avoid Breast Cancer

Women whose diets tend to feed inflammation may have a heightened risk of breast cancer, a preliminary study suggests.

The study, of more than 350,000 women, found that the more "pro-inflammatory" foods women consumed, the higher their breast cancer risk.

The term ...

02 Jun
Aortic Tears Are Even More Deadly for Women, Study Finds

Aortic Tears Are Even More Deadly for Women, Study Finds

Women may have different symptoms and are more likely to die after acute aortic dissection than men, a new study finds.

Up to 40% of patients die instantly from this spontaneous tear in one of the body's main arteries, and the risk of death increases about 1% for every h...

26 May
Moderate Use of Hair Relaxers Won't Raise Black Women's Cancer Risk: Study

Moderate Use of Hair Relaxers Won't Raise Black Women's Cancer Risk: Study

Moderate use of hair relaxers doesn't increase a Black woman's risk of breast cancer, according to a new study.

"While there is biologic plausibility that exposure to some components contained in hair relaxers might increase breast cancer risk, the evidence from epidemio...

26 May
Osteoporosis Might Also Raise a Woman's Odds for Hearing Loss

Osteoporosis Might Also Raise a Woman's Odds for Hearing Loss

It's a connection most women may not be aware of, but a new study suggests osteoporosis may raise your risk of hearing loss, and the drugs often used to treat thinning bones won't lower that risk.

According to researcher Dr. Sharon Curhan, data from her team's new study ...

24 May
'Yo-Yo' Dieting May Mean Sleepless Nights for Women

'Yo-Yo' Dieting May Mean Sleepless Nights for Women

So-called yo-yo dieting may increase a woman's risk of insomnia, sleep apnea and other sleep problems, a new study suggests.

Yo-yo dieting -- formally called weight cycling -- is defined as losing and regaining 10 pounds or more when not pregnant.

The study include...

21 May
Gluten Doesn't Trigger 'Brain Fog' for Women Without Celiac Disease: Study

Gluten Doesn't Trigger 'Brain Fog' for Women Without Celiac Disease: Study

Going gluten-free is a trend that touts benefits for the mind and body, but a new study finds no evidence that gluten is bad for your brain.

Among nearly 13,500 middle-aged women, researchers found no connection between eating wheat, barley or rye (the sources of gluten)...

19 May
When Diabetes Strikes in Pregnancy, Do Women Eat Healthier?

When Diabetes Strikes in Pregnancy, Do Women Eat Healthier?

Women who develop diabetes in pregnancy don't tend to make healthy diet or exercise changes to help fight it, a new study finds.

That could have dire consequences: Gestational (pregnancy-related) diabetes raises the risks of high blood pressure in mothers, larger babies,...

18 May
Smoggy Air Might Raise Black Women's Odds for Fibroids

Smoggy Air Might Raise Black Women's Odds for Fibroids


TUESDAY, May 18, 2021 (HealthDay News) - Exposure to ozone air pollution may make Black women more likely to develop fibroids.

Compared to women exposed to the lowest levels of the pollutant, Black women exposed to the highest levels had a 35% increased risk ...

10 May
Women Get Help Later Than Men When Heart Attack Strikes

Women Get Help Later Than Men When Heart Attack Strikes

When young women land in the emergency room with chest pain, they wait longer and get less treatment than their male counterparts, a preliminary study finds.

Using a federal survey of U.S. hospitals, researchers found that younger women with chest pain were treated less ...

10 May
Pregnancy Within 1 Year of Weight-Loss Surgery Carries Added Risks

Pregnancy Within 1 Year of Weight-Loss Surgery Carries Added Risks

Women who get pregnant within a year of having weight-loss surgery are more likely to have preterm and smaller-than-normal babies, a new study suggests.

Dutch researchers said their findings support current recommendations to avoid pregnancy for 12 to 24 months after wei...

06 May
Heart Risk Factors Show Up Earlier in U.S. Black Women

Heart Risk Factors Show Up Earlier in U.S. Black Women

Young Black American women have high rates of lifestyle-related risk factors for heart disease, a new study indicates.

The findings show the need to help them adopt healthy eating and physical activity habits, as well as make it easier for them to access health care, the...

05 May
A Vitamin Could Be Key to Women's Pain After Knee Replacement

A Vitamin Could Be Key to Women's Pain After Knee Replacement

Older women with low levels of vitamin D may have more pain after total knee replacement than those with adequate levels of the nutrient, a new study suggests.

Vitamin D is an important part of a healthy diet, and its benefits include protecting against bone disease and ...

03 May
Obamacare Gave More Breast Cancer Survivors Access to Breast Reconstruction

Obamacare Gave More Breast Cancer Survivors Access to Breast Reconstruction

Breast reconstruction rates rose significantly among Black women after Obamacare expanded access to Medicaid, a new study says.

It also found a large increase in reconstruction rates among women with lower income and education levels.

The findings suggest "that Med...

28 Apr
Better Sleep May Mean Better Sex for Women

Better Sleep May Mean Better Sex for Women

Good sleep might be the best prescription for sexual satisfaction among older women, a new study suggests.

Women who did not routinely get restful slumber were nearly twice as likely to report sexual problems, such as lack of desire or arousal, researchers found.

"...

28 Apr
Do Your Genes Set You Up for Hot Flashes?

Do Your Genes Set You Up for Hot Flashes?

Could your genes be to blame for your hot flashes?

New research suggests that's so, with genetics playing a role in both the severity and frequency of those hallmarks of menopause.

While hot flashes are common, they don't affect all women to the same degree and the...

27 Apr
Common Complication of Pregnancy Tied to Higher Stroke Risk Later

Common Complication of Pregnancy Tied to Higher Stroke Risk Later

Having preeclampsia during pregnancy significantly increases a woman's future risk of stroke, researchers say.

Preeclampsia happens when a woman with previously normal blood pressure suddenly develops high blood pressure, protein in her urine or other problems after 20 ...

26 Apr
Why COVID Infection Raises Risks in Pregnancy

Why COVID Infection Raises Risks in Pregnancy

A strong immune response to the virus that causes COVID-19 by the placenta may help explain why infected pregnant women face a higher risk of complications, such as preterm birth and preeclampsia, researchers say.

The Yale University team analyzed blood and placental tis...

23 Apr
Migraine Before Menopause Could Be Linked to High Blood Pressure Later

Migraine Before Menopause Could Be Linked to High Blood Pressure Later

If you suffered migraine headaches before menopause, you're at higher risk for high blood pressure once your periods stop, a new study warns.

Migraines occur more often in women than men, and are most common in the years before menopause, according to study author Gianlu...

23 Apr
Pandemic Is Leading to More Depression for Pregnant Women Worldwide: Study

Pandemic Is Leading to More Depression for Pregnant Women Worldwide: Study

Depression and other mental health problems have become much more common among pregnant women and new mothers during the COVID-19 pandemic, an international study finds.

Researchers noted that mental health issues can harm not only a woman's own health but also affect mo...

12 Apr
Urinary Incontinence Surgery Won't Raise a Woman's Cancer Risk

Urinary Incontinence Surgery Won't Raise a Woman's Cancer Risk

Women face no increased risk of pelvic cancer -- tumors of the bladder, cervix and ovaries -- if they have surgery to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI), a new study finds.

Concerns about possible complications and safety issues related to use of surgical mesh -- pa...

09 Apr
Obesity May Help Trigger Heavier Periods: Study

Obesity May Help Trigger Heavier Periods: Study

Obese women can be more likely to have heavy monthly periods, and now new research hints at why.

In addition to stirring up inflammation, excess weight may slow down the uterine repair process, U.K. researchers reported. Menstruation occurs when the lining of the uterus ...

08 Apr
Women More Prone to Concussion's Long-Term Harms: Study

Women More Prone to Concussion's Long-Term Harms: Study

After a concussion, women may be at heightened risk of lasting physical and mental symptoms, a new study finds.

The study of 2,000 concussion sufferers found that women were more likely than men to still have some symptoms one year later. The problems included fuzzy memo...

02 Apr
Heart Disease Gaining on Cancer as Leading Cause of Death in Young Women

Heart Disease Gaining on Cancer as Leading Cause of Death in Young Women

Heart disease is gaining on cancer as the leading cause of death among American women under 65.

"Young women in the United States are becoming less healthy, which is now reversing prior improvements seen in heart disease deaths for the gender," said Dr. Erin Michos, asso...

30 Mar
What Is Endometriosis, and How Is It Treated?

What Is Endometriosis, and How Is It Treated?

There's no cure for endometriosis, but women have several treatment options for the painful condition, an expert says.

With endometriosis, tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus grows outside of it, where it can reach the fallopian tubes, ovaries, bowel, bla...

24 Mar
Why 'Night Owl' Women Might Be at Higher Risk During Pregnancy

Why 'Night Owl' Women Might Be at Higher Risk During Pregnancy

Women who develop diabetes during pregnancy have a higher risk of complications for themselves and their babies if they're night owls instead of early birds, a new study finds.

Gestational diabetes increases the mother's risk of premature delivery and preeclampsia (pregn...

17 Mar
Most Women Can Give Birth Naturally Even When Water Breaks Early: Study

Most Women Can Give Birth Naturally Even When Water Breaks Early: Study

Most women can have a natural childbirth even if labor doesn't begin soon after their water breaks, according to a new study.

This situation occurs in about 11% of pregnant women who carry to term. Labor is typically induced in such cases.

But University of Michiga...

12 Mar
'Birthing Girdle' Shows Traces of Medieval Women in Labor

'Birthing Girdle' Shows Traces of Medieval Women in Labor

In medieval Europe, when childbirth was highly perilous for both mother and child, women and those caring for them used various talismans to try to influence a safe delivery.

Not many of those relics have survived, but scientists have been studying one -- a parchment "bi...

11 Mar
Depression Often Follows Stroke, and Women Are at Higher Risk

Depression Often Follows Stroke, and Women Are at Higher Risk

The trauma and loss of stroke can often leave survivors with long-term depression, and women appear to be at special risk, new research shows.

"We did not expect that the cumulative risk of depression would remain so persistently elevated," said study author Dr. Laura St...

09 Mar
Vaginal Ring Could Shield Women From HIV for 3 Months at a Time

Vaginal Ring Could Shield Women From HIV for 3 Months at a Time

A vaginal ring that slowly releases an antiviral medication could protect women against HIV for up to three months, a preliminary trial suggests.

It assessed two formulations of a vaginal ring that releases the antiretroviral dapivirine in the vagina over the course of 9...

08 Mar
Device Used for Thousands of Years Eases Major Cause of Female Urinary Problems

Device Used for Thousands of Years Eases Major Cause of Female Urinary Problems

Many women with pelvic organ prolapse may get lasting relief from a treatment that's been around for a few thousand years, a new study suggests.

With pelvic organ prolapse (POP), weakened muscles and supporting tissue in the pelvis allow one or more organs -- including t...

08 Mar
Lots of Belly Fat at Menopause Could Boost Heart Risks

Lots of Belly Fat at Menopause Could Boost Heart Risks

If you are approaching menopause and you have some extra belly fat, new research suggests you might want to shed some inches now.

Women who carry weight around their midsection during menopause may be more likely to develop heart disease even if their overall weight rema...

04 Mar
Women With Type 1 Diabetes May Have Fewer Childbearing Years: Study

Women With Type 1 Diabetes May Have Fewer Childbearing Years: Study

Women with type 1 diabetes may have a shorter length of time to conceive and bear children compared to those without the disease, new research suggests.

The hormone insulin plays an important part in regulating female reproductive function, and people with type 1 diabete...

02 Mar
Skipping Mammograms Raises a Woman's Odds for Breast Cancer Death

Skipping Mammograms Raises a Woman's Odds for Breast Cancer Death

Don't skip your breast cancer screening mammogram.

This is the overarching message of an extended study of more than a half-million Swedish women. Those who missed even one recommended screening mammogram were more likely to die from breast cancer, the study found.

22 Feb
New Drug Combo Could Be Advance Against Uterine Fibroids

New Drug Combo Could Be Advance Against Uterine Fibroids

A new combo pill can substantially reduce bleeding caused by uterine fibroids -- possibly offering some women yet another alternative to surgery, a new trial finds.

The once-daily medication, which combines a drug called relugolix with estrogen and progestin, is not yet ...

16 Feb
More Young U.S. Women Are Dying From Heart Disease

More Young U.S. Women Are Dying From Heart Disease

The toll of America's obesity epidemic is showing up in younger women, as a new study shows that deaths from heart disease in this unlikely group have increased in the past decade.

The likely culprits along with obesity? Type 2 diabetes, along with diseases of pregnancy,...

09 Feb
After Long Decline, Breast Cancers in Young U.S. Women Are On the Rise

After Long Decline, Breast Cancers in Young U.S. Women Are On the Rise

Breast cancer death rates are inching up in American women under age 40 again, after more than two decades of decline, researchers say.

The study authors said they hoped their new report would lead to a deeper look at reasons for the change.

"Our hope is that these...

01 Feb
Type 2 Diabetes Drug Metformin Could Help Prevent Some Breast Cancers

Type 2 Diabetes Drug Metformin Could Help Prevent Some Breast Cancers

Women with type 2 diabetes may be more likely to develop breast cancer, but taking the diabetes drug metformin appears to reduce their risk for the most common type, new research finds.

Compared to women without diabetes, risk for estrogen-positive breast cancer was 38% ...

27 Jan
High Blood Pressure Often Mistaken for Menopausal Symptoms in Women

High Blood Pressure Often Mistaken for Menopausal Symptoms in Women


High blood pressure is often dismissed as part of menopausal symptoms in older women, experts say. And that could raise a woman's risk for heart trouble, European experts warn.

That warning, along with recommendations on how doctors can help middle-aged women av...

25 Jan
Women More Prone to Nighttime Cardiac Arrest Than Men

Women More Prone to Nighttime Cardiac Arrest Than Men

Going into cardiac arrest at night can be particularly deadly, and now new research suggests that it might strike women more than men.

Sudden cardiac arrest is an electrical malfunction that causes the heart to stop beating. The survival rate for out-of-hospital cardiac ...

21 Jan
More Than 200,000 Americans Have Lupus

More Than 200,000 Americans Have Lupus

Just over 200,000 Americans have the autoimmune disorder lupus, and minority women are at highest risk, according to a new study.

It's the first estimate of how widespread the disease is in the United States. The number comes close to reclassifying lupus as a rare diseas...

21 Jan
Premature Menopause May Bring Tougher Symptoms for Women

Premature Menopause May Bring Tougher Symptoms for Women

Menopause is known to bring a variety of unpleasant symptoms ranging from hot flashes to insomnia. Yet, for those who have a condition known as premature ovarian insufficiency (POI), it is much worse, researchers report.

The new study examined the impact of POI, in which...

05 Jan
On Waitlist for Liver Transplants, Women Die More Often Than Men

On Waitlist for Liver Transplants, Women Die More Often Than Men

Frailty may explain why women awaiting a liver transplant are more likely than men to become too sick for a transplant or die before transplantation, a new study suggests.

Exercise and a healthier diet may help narrow that gender gap, researchers say.

For the...

04 Jan
High Blood Pressure While Pregnant Linked to Poorer Memory Years Later

High Blood Pressure While Pregnant Linked to Poorer Memory Years Later

High blood pressure and pre-eclampsia during pregnancy may follow women through the years, causing lower scores on tests of memory and thinking skills, a Dutch study suggests.

The study of nearly 600 pregnant women included 481 with normal blood pressure and 115 who deve...

30 Dec
Surgery Could Boost Survival for Women With Advanced Breast Cancers: Study

Surgery Could Boost Survival for Women With Advanced Breast Cancers: Study

Women with advanced breast cancer who undergo surgery to remove the tumor after chemotherapy or another type of systemic treatment may live longer than those who don't have surgery, a new study suggests.

The findings challenge a long-held belief that surgery confers litt...

30 Dec
Pandemic May Be Tougher on Women's Mental Health Than Men's

Pandemic May Be Tougher on Women's Mental Health Than Men's

The COVID-19 pandemic may be taking a bigger toll on women's mental health than on men's, new research suggests.

For the study, researchers examined the results of an online survey of 112 men and 459 women in Canada. The survey took place between March 23 and June 7, 202...

16 Dec
Black Women at Higher Heart Risk During Pregnancy

Black Women at Higher Heart Risk During Pregnancy

Although heart problems are rare complications of pregnancy, Black women face a heightened risk -- even if they have comfortable incomes and health insurance, a new study finds.

It's well established that the United States has a higher maternal mortality rate than other ...

11 Dec
AHA News: Feeling Stressed About Your Role in Life? For Women, That Could Be a Health Risk

AHA News: Feeling Stressed About Your Role in Life? For Women, That Could Be a Health Risk

How a woman feels about her roles at home and at work during midlife can affect several factors that influence her heart health, new research shows.

The study, published Dec. 11 in the Journal of the American Heart Association, found women who felt more stressed...

10 Dec
Heart Palpitations Can Be Common During Menopause

Heart Palpitations Can Be Common During Menopause

An older woman's heart races and flutters. Is it a sign of cardiovascular problems or is it maybe a symptom of menopause?

New research shows that the palpitations are a distressing problem for roughly 25% of women during menopause, but those feelings of a po...

Show All Health News Results

Our commitment to patient care and health is priority one here at Happy Druggist Pharmacy - WJ.

We believe in the value of providing personalized service and quality products.


Happy Druggist Pharmacy - WJ
487 West Main Street, West Jefferson, OH 43162
(614) 879-8500 - (614) 879-6171
visa mastercard