Women’s Health

Without new antibiotics, growing resistance a ‘ticking time bomb’ 
Without new antibiotics, growing resistance a ‘ticking time bomb’
The overuse of antibiotics is creating a potential crisis scientist say. New strains of deadly bacteria are proving difficult, if not impossible, to stop.
Lose sleep, gain weight? 
Lose sleep, gain weight?
Tired from a night of little sleep? One way to keep your energy up is by eating, but researchers say you’re likely to pack on extra pounds.
Aspirin may be key in fight against melanoma 
Aspirin may be key in fight against melanoma
Studies may show aspirin helps reduce the risk of the deadliest skin cancer, but preventative measures may make the most sense.
Changing lives one stride at a time 
Changing lives one stride at a time
A special program is transforming the lives and health habits of grade-school girls—one run at a time.
New eyewear to detect stroke 
New eyewear to detect stroke
New study suggests that your eyes and a pair of specs are two of the newest weapons in the fight to detect and prevent stroke.
Boost your nutrition IQ 
Boost your nutrition IQ
As National Nutrition Month gets into full swing, we’re taking a closer look at what you can do to make sure you are dining healthy.
Bribing Americans to lose weight 
Bribing Americans to lose weight
New study suggests that cold hard cash may be enough to buy a person’s willpower to shed unwanted pounds.