Researchers report an elevated risk of women with inflammatory bowel disease being diagnosed with mental health problems after giving birth. The study reports that for every 43 pregnancies, there is one case of a new mental illness diagnosis for women with IBD compared to women without the condition.
A new study explores the differences in cannabis use between males and females. Researchers reveal women are develop addiction to marijuana more quickly than men. The study reports females have different levels of endocannabinoids and more sensitive receptors than males in areas related to social behavior.
A new study reports mother rats who received hormone replacement therapy responded worse to memory and spatial learning tasks than those who had not given birth. Researchers suggest a woman's reproductive history could impact how the brain responds to hormones later in life.
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.
A new study reports women who have experienced sexual violence have more vivid memories than women coping with other traumatic experiences. Sexual violence survivors, researchers report, have more intense memories decades after the attack has occurred, which are difficult for them to forget.
A new study reports women who make hateful remarks on social media are more likely to be judged more severely than men who make the same comments.
A new study reports males are more likely to attribute anxiety amongst women in STEM classes to being ill prepared for study, while women attribute anxiety to external factors, including gender bias and negative stereotyping.
According to researchers, women who are physically fit and exercise regularly during midlife are almost 90% less likely to develop dementia later in life than those who were moderately fit.