3-D printed ovaries help mice get pregnant, show promise for fertility treatments
In the era of regenerative medicine, which seeks to develop replacement tissues and organs in the lab for the millions of people in need, 3-D printing is a new frontier. The technology has already been harnessed to create everything from human skin to bone and heart tissue to cartilage for use
New Year Reminds Some to Focus on Health
Now is the time of year when people think about their health. Lots of us get ready to make it a top priority. Joining us with her own medical forecast, the things she's looking for in 2017, ABC news chief women's health correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton. Happy new year. What's the number one health
Michael Fassbender Cannot Stop Cracking Jokes During Interview
Fassbender appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his role in the video game flick "Assassin's Creed."
Mom Uses IVF to Protect Daughter From BRCA Mutation
Growing up, Lindsay Avner saw firsthand the devastating toll breast and ovarian cancer could take on a family. Her grandmother and great-grandmother passed away from cancer before she was born and her mother was treated for breast and ovarian cancer when she was just 12 years old. She underwent
5 Perimenopause Symptoms Every Woman Should Know
You’ve undoubtedly heard the phrase "biological clock" used in the context of a woman’s fertility: It refers to the window of prime babymaking years before she reaches menopause, when her menstrual cycles end. But the timeline towards menopause isn’t as linear—or clear-cut—as it’s sometimes made
Chris Evert Gets Candid: Did Menopause Contribute to Her Divorce?
The tennis great is revealing that hormonal changes due to menopause may have led to the demise of her 18-year marriage to Andy Mill.
Former Tennis Pro Chris Evert Reveals How Menopause Impacted Her Life
Tennis legend Chris Evert has opened up about how menopause impacted her marriage and influenced her divorce in 2006. Earlier this week, Evert spoke on "The Forward Podcast with Lance Armstrong ." The ESPN tennis analyst hinted that menopause partially contributed to the end of her 18-year marriage
High Risk for Breast Cancer May Be Normalized With Healthy Living, Study Finds
Some women at high risk for breast cancer may be able to lower their risk to that of an average woman by making healthy lifestyle choices, according to a new study published today in the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA). Dr. Robert Shenk, Medical Director at the Breast Center,
10 Things Every Woman Should Know About Maintaining Healthy Bones
When it comes to protecting your body's 206 bones, it's never too early to start, says Abby Abelson, MD, chair of the department of rheumatic and immunologic diseases at the Cleveland Clinic. "Many women don't even think about their bones until they reach perimenopause," she explains. "But there's
Cameron Diaz Visits 'GMA' to Talk 'The Longevity Book'
The actress discusses her book - which shares the latest research on how and why people age, and chats with audience members about how to maintain optimal health.