Political campaigns may influence acceptance of violence against women
According to a research political campaigns may in fact influence the acceptance of violence against women
Researchers identify protein governing platinum resistant ovarian cancer
A team at the GW Cancer Center found the novel pathway TGF-β1/ERK/PHD2/HIF-1α causes platinum resistance in platinum-resistant ovarian cancer cells
How to survive on 'Game of Thrones': Switch allegiances
A research evaluated the deaths of all important Game of Thrones' characters and found that characters were more likely to survive if they switched allegiances
As U.S. restrictions tighten, women seeking abortions hit the road
Nine of the 50 U.S. states this year passed legislation restricting abortion. Among the strictest were bans on abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected
Are you breastfeeding? 5 tips for making your life easier at the gym
If you've been breastfeeding you may be wondering how exercise can affect your breast milk production, quality, etc.
Is diabetes keeping you up at night?
Sleep difficulties could be worsened by various diabetes symptoms and related medications
#MeToo media coverage sympathetic but not necessarily empowering for women
"The goal of the movement is to empower women, but according to our computational analysis that's not what's happening in news stories," said one of the analysts
First female referee to officiate Super Cup not afraid of intense spotlight
Stephanie Frappart said she will prove that female officials are as competent as their male counterparts
Women gain more political and economic power, but gender gap persists
The decline in egalitarian attitude was starkest among highly educated, high-salaried white people in professional jobs, researchers said
From Asia to Africa: Women trafficked to Kenya's Bollywood-style dance bars
A rising number of women and girls are leaving South Asian nations to work in Bollywood-style dance bars in Kenya's adult entertainment industry
The women of 1819
Celebrating the Bicentennial of the Battle of Boyacá, in Colombia, we pay tribute to the women who collaborated to make Latin America a free region
Nobel-winning author Toni Morrison dead at 88
Morrison was given the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Barack Obama in 2012.