Posts Tagged: women’s health

What Women Should Know About Cervical Cancer

The most telling sign of cervical cancer is abnormal bleeding. The classic sign is bleeding after intercourse. However, early cancers are found at the time of a pap smear with either an abnormal pap smear or an abnormal lesion seen on the cervix. The first thing everyone diagnosed with cervical cancer should do is breathe…. Read more »

Nicotine During Pregnancy Increases the Rick of Colic

Babies are more likely to have colic when their mothers smoked or used nicotine replacement therapy during pregnancy, according to research just published in the journal Pediatrics. A significantly increased risk of infantile colic—ranging from 30 to 60 percent—was associated with prenatal nicotine exposure in the study of more than 63,000 mothers in the Danish… Read more »