It is International Women's Day today. We list down top health concerns of women in India across all age groups till 50.
The proportion of anaemic, pregnant women dropped 12 percentage points over a decade to 2015, government health data show, but India still has more anaemic women than any other country and a prevalence rate above ...
U.S. death rates from breast cancer have dropped, although the decline was still greater among white women than black women, according to a study released Thursday.
Pregnant women are twice as likely to be a victim of an assault-related trauma than an accident-related trauma like car accidents or falls, compared to women who are not pregnant.
The researchers found that women who worked an average of 60 hours or more over three decades had three times the risk of getting diabetes.
Women face same health related problems from alcohol consumption as men, finds a new study.
Traditional treadmill tests used to estimate heart disease risk might not provide accurate results for women, a recent study suggests.
An AIIMS study has claimed that women suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a condition of hormonal imbalance, are more likely to be affected by diabetes.
Women are more vulnerable to certain stress-related and allergic diseases such as migraines as compared to men.
28th May marks International Women's Health Day. While we commonly associate obesity as a health problem in men, it affects large number of women too.