Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise Winston-Salem, N.C. August, 21, 2014 Young girls with an intense, red, itchy rash on their outer genital organs may be at increased risk of developing urinary tract infections (UTIs), according to new research from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
By Coti Howell Taste of Country Hayden Panettiere as Juliette Barnes on ABC’s “Nashville.”ABC Hayden Panettiere’s pregnancy is being written into the storyline on “Nashville.” The actress character, Juliette Barnes, will also be expecting in the shows upcoming season. Ever since news of Panettieres pregnancy broke, Nashville fans have been wondering how that would play out on television. Panettiere is expecting her first child with fiance Wladimir Klitschko, but what about Barnes
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – South Carolina’s teen pregnancy rate has been nearly cut in half in the last 20 years. But now, it’s still the 11th highest teen birth rate in the country. Newly released data from the National Center for Health Statistics shows the national teen pregnancy rate is 26.6 percent, which means more than 26 pregnancies out of each 100 are to teenage moms
Disgusting! Kourtney Kardashian Discovers Mold Infestation In Her Mansion | Home August 21, 2014 04:00 PM by Stephanie Gustafson As Facebook fans already know, JWoww would happily follow BFF Snooki just about anywhere. But in the midst of the guidettes second pregnancy, her close friend is, for once, keeping her distance. According to JWoww, Snooki has been less than pleasant to be around these last several weeks and its all because of her unborn baby girl! Snooki had a surprisingly easy time of it when she was pregnant with Lorenzo, but she cant exactly say the same of her current pregnancy
Chiropractic care throughout pregnancy is not only safe, it is essential. We can look at the implications of subluxation from a bio-mechanical, hormonal and neurological standpoint. It is easy for all of us to see postural changes throughout pregnancy.
ORLANDO Fla., Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –A hypothesis put forward at Genetic Economic Analytics shows a neuro-physiological link between sex and man's desire to hunt, as it suggests that the same regions of the brain activated in the sex drive and orgasm are used in the compulsion to hunt and harvest animals.
A YORK health boss has explained why he did not vote in a crucial decision over IVF – and has said he will oppose such a postcode lottery if elected as MP. Dr Mark Hayes, chief clinical officer of the Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), has publicly said he wishes to end a situation in which York is the only area in the country not to offer IVF. But he did not cast a vote in favour of providing IVF treatment after governing members of the CCG suggested the Labour candidate for Selby and Ainsty may be seen to be playing for votes.
(HealthDay News) — New research reveals that, long ago, sea mammals may have played a role in the global spread of the infectious disease known as tuberculosis. Ancient strains of tuberculosis spread from people in Africa to seals and sea lions, who then spread it to people in South America thousands of years ago, according to an international team of researchers. “Tuberculosis is a disease that is on the rise again worldwide
(HealthDay News) — White, straight women are much more likely to seek treatment for infertility than minority, bisexual or lesbian women, a new study finds. Researchers examined data gathered from nearly 20,000 American women, aged 21 to 44, who took part in polls in 2002 and 2006-2010, conducted as part of the National Survey of Family Growth study.
TRENCIN, Slovakia With a ruined centuries-old castle looming up on the hill above, the Slovakian village of Cachtice could easily take a starring role in a Gothic horror film. However, exactly 400 years ago, on August 21, the horror was all too real, as the life of the most prolific female mass murderer of all time a noblewoman by the name of Countess Elizabeth Bathory came to a grim end. Its not an anniversary theyre likely to celebrate in Cachtice, where Bathorys reign of terror still haunts locals, but for some me included theres a strange fascination
Oculus Rift and other VR headsets to ‘revolutionise many industries’, says Utherverse CEO A screenshot from the virtual world, Utherverse. Credit: Utherverse The adult industry will help drive adoption of virtual reality beyond gamers, according to the creator of one of the Internets first free porn websites
August 21, 2014 News Review From Harvard Medical School — Exercise May Deter Heart Rhythm Problem Exercise may help older women to avoid an abnormal heart rhythm, a new study suggests. The study focused on atrial fibrillation.
American teens are having fewer babies, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported this week, finding thatteenage sexual activity decreased whileuse of birth control increased, in 2013. The CDCcollected preliminary birth certificate data and found that 277,749 babies were born to mothers under the age of 20the lowest figure for U.S. The report showed statistically significant …
Thursday, August 21, 2014 Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio California health insurers would be required to provide free coverage of all FDA-approved birth control methods under a bill that passed the state Assembly on Wednesday.
By Sharon Bernstein SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) – A bill aimed at protecting the parental and adoptive rights of non-traditional families in California was sent to Governor Jerry Brown on Wednesday in an effort to close gaps in a state law that have led to at least one high-profile legal case.
EUGENE, Ore Teen pregnancy rates have hit historic lowsthats according to the CDC, and its having an impact on more than just the teens. The study says the most recent peak in teen pregnancy was 1991 so, it looked at the rates from that year through 2010 where the numbers dropped by 44 percent. Lane County health officials say there are a number of reasons for the downward trend and a big benefit that comes with it.
Women who are poor experience higher cortisol levels in pregnancy and give birth to infants with elevated levels of the stress hormone, putting them at greater risk for serious disease later in life, according to a new research from the University of Colorado Denver. The study, published online recently in the American Journal of Human Biology, is the first to measure cortisol in infants and relate it directly to the socioeconomic status of their mothers during pregnancy. “There have been several studies relating cortisol levels in teenagers and adults to socioeconomic status, but this is the first to look at this relationship among pregnant women and their babies,” said study author Zaneta Thayer, PhD, assistant professor of anthropology at CU Denver, a major center of timely, topical and relevant research.