Gynecologic Health Videos
August 30, 2000: 'Hopkins 24/7'
The premiere episode of "Hopkins 24/7."
Mothers of babies with heart defects may have their own heart health risks
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses what to know about the new study that warns mothers may have a higher risk of their own heart problems as well and what symptoms women should watch out for.
Inside promising new colon cancer treatments
Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports on a new treatment center in New York City that offers hope for those suffering from colon cancer, a disease currently on the rise in young adults.
Indiscriminate bombing by Saudi-led coalition devastates Yemen
"Nightline" visits Yemen, where the world's worst humanitarian crisis has left hospitals under equipped to treat curable diseases like cholera and diphtheria.
Hospital says 4K eggs and embryos lost in freezer tank failure
Patients were told the autofill wasn't working and staff were manually filling the tank.
What to know about the new menopause hot flash medicine
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the new drug that could reduce hot flashes caused by menopause, and the new research that links highly fit middle-age women to a lower risk of developing dementia.
Breast cancer testing may need to be tailored by race: Study
A new Harvard study shows women of color are often diagnosed at late stages.
Coffee in California may come with a warning
ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports on a lawsuit that wants companies to post warnings about acrylamide in coffee.
Your most common menopause questions answered
Dr. Kristi Funk appears live on "GMA" to answer the most common viewer questions about menopause.
What women should know about 'premature menopause'
Dr. Kristi Funk discusses the condition that affects some women, including ABC News' Amy Robach.