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According to Reuters, children whose mothers were exposed to higher levels of the common chemicals known as phthalates scored lower on IQ tests than other kids. Phthalates, which can be found in some soaps, nail polish, hairspray, shower curtains and...
For most women who have lumpectomies to treat breast cancer, radiation treatment is lasting roughly twice as long as necessary, The New York Times reports. A study published in JAMA analyzed 15,643 women who underwent radiation treatment after...
According to The New York Times, the birthrate in the United States declined for the sixth straight year, with a reported 3.93 million births in 2013. Last year, the average number of babies born to women between the ages of 15 and 44 reached an all-time...