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A study, carried out by researchers at University of California – Los Angeles ( UCLA ), showed that changes in certain brain receptors can affect seizures and anxiety during the menstrual cycle. The ...


Low levels of exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls ( PCBs ), certain pesticides, and mercury can interfere with thyroid hormone levels during pregnancy. The study focuses on the impact of low envi ...


A longitudinal cohort study has shown that terminating an unwanted first pregnancy may be linked to a lower risk of depression through beneficial effects on education, income, and family size. The ...


Pregnancy alone does not appear to be associated with an increased risk of the most prevalent mental disorders. However, post-partum women may have a higher risk of major depressive disorder. Preg ...


A new analysis has found that men whose partners have breast cancer are at increased risk of developing mood disorders that are so severe that they warrant hospitalization. Published in Cancer, a jour ...


In February 2014, the American Heart Association [ AHA ] /American Stroke Association [ ASA ] released their first guideline focused on stroke prevention in women. This new guideline highlights uniq ...


Persistent pain following breast cancer treatments remains a significant clinical problem despite improved treatment strategies. Data on factors associated with persistent pain are needed to develop p ...


The changing hormonal milieu around menopause is implicated in the development of sleep disturbances. No studies have assessed the association between concurrent physiological measures of sleep and se ...