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Expectant Dads May Also Have Hormonal Changes, Study Suggests

While women's hormonal fluctuations during pregnancy are well-known, new research shows that men experience swings of their own as their partner's pregnancy progresses.
Syphilis on the Rise Among Gay, Bisexual Men: CDC

The number of cases of syphilis in the United States jumped 10 percent from 2012 to 2013, with gay and bisexual men accounting for 75 percent of the increase, U.S health officials reported Tuesday.
FDA Warns Against Fetal 'Keepsake' Videos

Expectant parents should leave prenatal picture-taking to medical professionals, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends.
Male Ebola Survivors Should Use Condoms for at Least 3 Months, Experts Say

Men who survive Ebola should wear condoms during sex for at least three months after recovering from the deadly disease, a new study shows.
Timing of First Period Tied to Women's Later Heart Risk: Study

The timing of a woman's first period may be linked to her later risk of heart disease, British researchers report.
No Link Between Migraine, Breast Cancer Risk, Study Says

A large, new study should reassure the millions of American women who have migraine: The debilitating headaches don't raise the risk for breast cancer.
Low-Fat Diet May Boost Survival for Some Breast Cancer Patients

Eating a low-fat diet may reduce the risk of early death in some women with breast cancer, according to new research.
Gene Test May Help Predict Return of Early Breast Tumor, Study Says

For women who have early breast tumors surgically removed, a new genetic test may help predict the odds of a recurrence, a new study says.
Many Americans Still Haven't Gotten a Flu Shot

Fewer than half of Americans have gotten a flu shot so far this flu season, which might be a bad sign for a season that could be potentially severe, infectious-disease experts said Thursday.
The Pill Remains Most Common Method of Birth Control, U.S. Report Shows

The pill remains one of the most popular methods of birth control for women, along with female sterilization and condoms, a new report shows.

 

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