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Angelina Jolie-Pitt has had a double mastectomy and her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed in order to prevent breast and ovarian cancer. Does this mean you should too?
One in 26 South African women will develop cervical cancer, yet a simple injection can provide immunity against it. A gynaecological oncologist gives us the low-down.
In a ground-breaking operation, a team of pioneering surgeons performed the first successful penile transplant in the world!
The four most common cancers among SA women. Here are the symptoms of each of the cancers and how you can test for it…
The world’s most widespread reproductive disorder is also the most common cause of female infertility. Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is likely caused by high levels of “male” hormones.
Garcinia Cambogia. They say it’s the best thing in weight loss since no bread. Women’s Health takes a closer look.
Decided to quit the smokes? Good for you! Want to double your odds of never lighting up again? Use this guide to stomp out your habit once and for all.
A diet fad known as alcorexia or drunkorexia occurs when people who want to slim down skip their meals for alcohol. But experts agree that swapping alcohol for meals is a health risk!
According to Medical Daily women can now test drive a boob job before actually committing to one – and it can be done in 20 minutes!
News reports have made much of the Pill’s effects on bones and blood clots, but are claims true and in what other ways can the pill affect your health? Here’s what science says…
Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re focusing on your girls. Here’s what your breasts would say if they could talk…
Could your last Emergency Room experience have been better handled by a regular GP? There is a new and faster way to handle emergencies.