Alexandra Sifferlin

The number of women who have heart attacks during pregnancy or childbirth is on the rise, according to a new study
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A new study suggests that medicines already used for pets to protect against fleas and ticks could offer similar protection for humans
A new study of the best available scientific evidence suggests there's no link between birth control and depression.
Alex Azar's influence on women's access to contraception and abortion services is undetermined, but pro-life groups praised the pick
New annual rankings from U.S. News & World Report reveal that the best diets for 2018 is a tie, with the Mediterranean Diet and DASH Diet in first place
Studies show that more women are getting a double mastectomy, despite mixed rates of success
The FDA reports that five people have died after getting weight loss balloons inserted in their bodies to reduce obesity
A new study suggests people who regularly consumed artificially-sweetened beverages had a higher risk for health issues like weight gain, obesity, diabetes and heart disease
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Two fertility experts argue that ovarian tissue freezing could offer an alternative to egg freezing
Past studies found that compounds in chocolate could help with workout recovery, but is that really true?
9 Weight Loss and Obesity Experts Give Their Top Tips for Losing Weight
Gender confirmation surgeries are on the rise in the U.S., according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, who released the data for the first time
The FDA announced that breast implants have been linked to a cancer of the immune system, called anaplastic large cell lymphoma
A new study found that fewer overweight Americans are actively trying to lose weight
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