Women

Comparing Yourself to Facebook Friends

In Your Health News, Social media might be bad for your health. This finding comes from a new study of about 160 Facebook users. It reveals…

Study: Women Sleep Better With Dogs By Their Side

(CNN) - They scratch, move, and snore. But a recent study shows women who sleep with dogs get a better night's rest. Researchers found women who share their beds with dogs report less disturbed sleep and greater feelings of…

Overweight and Depressed

In Your Health Minute, A new study reveals obesity can cause depression even when there are not other health problems. Researchers in the UK looked at the medical and genetic information of over 300-thousand people. They found the psycohlogical impact…

Yoga is a Lot More Popular

  In Your Health Minute, Lastly yoga and meditation have become increasingly popular in the US. A new government study shows more than 14 percent of adults and 8 percent of children…

Study: Obesity to Become Leading Cause of Cancer in Women

(CNN) - A new report focused on the United Kingdom warns obesity is set to overtake smoking as the leading preventable cause of cancer in women. Cancer Research UK estimates 23,000 British women will suffer from obesity-related cancers by…

Doctors Issue Breast Implant Warnings

(KPRC) Doctors at MD Anderson Cancer Center say they have found silicone breast implants are associated with an increased risk of some rare diseases and cancers. "Some of the rare diseases that we…

Smoking Weed While Pregnant

In Your Health Minute, The country's leading pediatricians say women should avoid using marijuana while pregnant or nursing a child. Statistics show marijuana use during pregnancy increased 62…

Survey: 43% of Women Harassed While Running

Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX (KTVT) - Mollie Tibbetts' murder is bringing up a scary statistic for women. Last year,  a Runner's World survey found 43% of women have been harassed while jogging. That's compared to just 4% of men. The…

Study: Women Who Work Long Hours Ups Risk of Diabetes

(CNN) - A new study has found that working long hours could increase a woman's risk of developing diabetes. Researchers found women working 45 hours or more per week had a 63%greater risk compared to those women working between…