All women have hang ups about their bodies. Even those women who are considered to have 'perfect' figures will tell you there are parts they would like to change. And while every woman is different there are four body parts that are commonly listed when women are asked what they're unhappy with.
Once a month that feeling of dread, anger, sadness (take your pick) descends upon us and we feel thoroughly miserable. It's understandable why us women HATE that time of the month.
If you are feeling a little run down, make sure there is plenty of iron in your diet. New research found iron supplements reduced fatigue by almost 50% in women between the ages of 18 and 50 years who are low in iron but not anaemic.
It’s a devastating fact but one in eight women will get breast cancer at some point in their lives. Worryingly though research has revealed that around a third of women do not check their breasts for lumps or abnormalities.
Sadly thousands of women are diagnosed with cancer every year. But if it is caught early there is more chance of it being treated successfully. The following cancers are particularly common amongst women. As such, all men should be on the look out for these signs and symptoms.
Every British woman has an average of £104 of clothes they’ve bought in store but never actually worn - because of bad advice from their partner, according to research by Very.co.u
Everyone should eat a healthy diet. A nutritious, balanced diet can have many health benefits. However, there are certain foods that are particularly beneficial to women. Women are at risk of some illnesses and ailments more so than men and the following foods can help to prevent these.
Ovarian cancer affects over 7000 women in the UK but it is not as well publicised as other forms of cancer which affect women. As such, many women are unaware of the signs of ovarian cancer. This can lead to drastic consequences.
The battle of the sexes extends to the gym and it seems us ladies have been better at sticking to our fitness resolutions than the men. A poll found that it’s men letting the side down with 59% of men polled quitting their fitness regime by February.
It could be possible to create an unlimited supply of human eggs in order to aid fertility problems, new research has revealed
A leading cancer charity has called on the government to raise public awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer.
Does your other half take the mick out of you for struggling to park the car in a small space? A new study found spatial awareness is linked to confidence, so a little support would help you perform tasks such as parking and map-reading.
Are your friendships healthy? Women tend to be more daring in friendship choices than men and will sacrifice their own feelings for those of their friends, researchers believe. A third of women said they had a friend who 'add colour to their life'.
Are women more savvy with their hospital choices? New research by Nuffield Health has found that people are choosing their hospitals based on the location rather than the quality of care. Women and Londoners are more likely to research than men.
Unfortunately, we have to admit that men are better at parking and navigating their way round a new city but according to new research in Milan, men also have these visuo-spatial advantages when it comes to their hearing as well.
A new study has revealed the inner workings of the biological process that dictates hair pigmentation in women. The research could lead to new processes of hair regeneration and colouration.
Women respond differently to men when faced with risky decision making processes, a new study by the University of Southern California has revealed. Women are more likely to consider their options carefully before coming to any conclusions when faced with a tricky decision, the research found.
A new study has claimed that young women have considerably lower career expectations than their male counterparts. The research surveyed more than 23,000 Canadian university students about salary and promotion expectations as well as career priorities.
The likes of Angelina Jolie have a lot to answer for, as research shows that women in films affect our expectations of women in the real world. Women in particular have high standards for other women, expecting them to be both feminine and masculine.
A new study has claimed that sexual harassment may have become so commonplace that women have built up a resistance to it. The research found that many women now consider behaviour that was once condoned as harassing as merely "bothersome."
A new study has claimed that gender stereotypes can discourage women from entrepreneurship and starting their own businesses. The research asked both male and female business students what they thought were the necessary characteristics to required to be a successful entrepreneur.
A new study has claimed that drinking coffee may lead to a reduced risk of stroke in women. The research found that women drinking more than a cup of coffee a day had a 22 percent to 25 percent lower risk of stroke, compared with those who drank less than a cup a day.
One in eight women will develop breast cancer, rising from one in nine, according to Cancer Research UK.New figures, published today World Cancer Day, show the lifetime risk of getting breast cancer has increased.