The spray could show surgeons in the middle of an operation whether they've gotten out all the cancerous cells.
Women are most likely to get sick smack dab in the middle of their menstrual cycles when they are ovulating and a new study from Spain gives a clue as to why.
Women reported more headaches and trouble concentrating when they were slightly dehydrated -- even though they didn't know it.
Women with BRCA mutations have a higher risk of developing breast cancer, but not all actually develop the disease.
By using subtle techniques of "gaze direction," a new system could improve the accuracy of mammogram readers.
Though Avastin may kill many cells within a breast cancer tumor, it leaves behind the cancer stem cells, a new study in mice suggests.
Women live longer than men, yet consistently report being in poorer health than men. Researchers investigated why this is.
Whether or not we like certain perfumes depends on our genes, a new study says. Your preference for a "vanilla" scent or a "cedar" one is influenced by genes called MHC genes.
The study found no link between the number of partners in a person's sexual past and their chances of picking up HPV from a current partner.