Persistent cousin marriage is unhealthy for the children and for society.
Seven times since mid-2013, Mexican women have given birth on the lawns or steps of hospitals or clinics in the states of Oaxaca and Puebla.
A female teenager in UK is initiating her campaign against female genital mutilation.
Women went to the streets in Madrid to protest the draft law that restricts abortion.
February 6 is the International Day of Zero Tolerance against Female Genital Mutilation.
'World Cancer Day' is celebrated annually on 4th of February to deepen our understanding of this killer disease. This year the campaign focuses on Target 5 of the World Cancer Declaration that is to reduce stigma and dispel myths about cancer with the tagline, "Debunk the myths".
Researchers in University of Pennsylvania found that a third of women experience hot flashes for 10 years after menopause and recommend that hormone therapy continue as long as the hot flashes are there.
A new study by McGill University will explore whether vaccinating one partner against human papillomavirus can prevent the transmission to the unvaccinated partner.
UK government would vote on a new IVF treatment in which DNA from three persons is used to make a modified baby exempt from destructive cell mutation.
The rising rate of abortion especially among teenagers has worried the Muslim community in Malawi.
Activists in Mauritania are campaigning to end the phenomenon of force-feeding young girls in order to make them more “marriageable” in young ages.
Not even a case of polio has been reported in India in the past three years and this means a polio-free future for the East Asia Region.
Zainab is the Vice President of Nadoona, a movement based in the U.S and geared towards helping Muslim women become healthier.
US Justice Department rejected a court’s order that exempted nuns from Affordable Care Act birth control rule.
Australian Senator described defenders of abortion as “pro-death” advocates.
Increased health spending in developed countries tends to benefit men more than women, a new study finds.
Sri Lankan national health officials have expressed concerns over the rise in HIV infection among the youth as a result of the rise in sexual activity.
Barbie has created much ado by bringing an improbable body-size to girls’ culture, now could she escape criticism by changing size?
Children in a Chinese primary school were hospitalized after eating yoghurt that contained with rat poison.
UN Population Fund is providing humanitarian support for women and girls in the Central African Republic with the deterioration of peace there.