Verbal tests for MCI might not pick up symptoms in women until they are further along into the progression of Alzheimer's disease, researchers report.
Researchers say parabens and other chemicals found in common cosmetic products may negatively impact a woman's hormone levels, increasing the risk for certain diseases.
Study reveals women have higher activation in sensory areas of the brain associated with pain compared to males when witnessing another person suffering.
A new neuroimaging study reveals women who take oral contraception have reduced hypothalamic volume compared to women who do not take the pill. Smaller hypothalamic volume was associated with increased negative emotions and depression risk.
A new study confirms the link between menstruation and worsening of psychosis symptoms in women with mental health disorders. Researchers found psychiatric admissions for women were one-and-a-half times higher during the time of menstruation.
The way to a woman's heart could very well be via her stomach. New research finds women respond better to romantic cues when they are full.
According to a new study, women are almost twice as likely to experience anxiety as men.
In the face of natural disasters, women tend to take the risks far more seriously but have trouble convincing men their concerns are a priority.