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Vaginitis

Vaginitis is an inflammation of the vagina. It can result in discharge, itching and pain, and is often associated with an irritation or infection of the vulva. It is usually due to infection. Vulvov...

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Toxic Shock Syndrome TSS

Toxic shock syndrome is a rare but very serious illness that can develop rapidly in anyone From a UK population of around 60 million there were about 40 cases reported each year, half of which are a...

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Women Can ‘Grow’ Their Own IVF Embryos with In-Body Incubator

(New Scientist) – Cylindrical in shape, INVOcell is held in the vagina by a flexible diaphragm. The embryos are kept in an inner chamber at body temperature and gases such as carbon dioxide and ...

Your vagina doesn’t need a herbal cleanse. Here’s why.

I woke up to someone forwarding this tweet: Your vagina (and your man), will thank you after you use these https://t.co/9Wx4fIEH0m pic.twitter.com/XscBbvmPOh — xoNecole (@xonecole) January 12, 2...

New Workshop at 2016 iaedp Symposium Addresses Body Distress and Weight Preoccupation for Eating Disorders Among Women

Pekin, IL (PRWEB) November 01, 2015 Age does not immunize women from eating disorders. In the past, body satisfaction increased ove...

Can virtual reality body-swapping technique improve body image?

In a new study using a body-swapping illusion, women shown images of themselves in virtual reality with a skinny belly estimated their body size more accurately compared to their estimates of various ...

Tackling negative body image among women by emphasising functionality

Women who nurse negative thoughts about their appearance think that people look at them just as disapprovingly. Such a negative body image can lead to a wide range of complaints, from depression to ea...

Are Vaginal Germs Linked to Preemie Birth?

MONDAY, Aug. 17, 2015 -- Researchers have come to learn how millions of germs carried in the body affect your health. Now, a new study links premature birth to a specific kind of bacterial blend in th...

Should women have an annual pelvic exam? Depends on who you ask

(American College of Physicians) Below is a summary of articles being featured in the next issue of Annals of Internal Medicine. Annals of Internal Medicine attribution is required for all coverage.

Women With Apple-Shaped Body At Risk for Eating Disorder (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- Researchers say more fat at center of body is a predictor

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Body Image in Dyadic and Solitary Sexual Desire: The Role of Encoding Style and Distracting Thoughts.

This study explored the link between body image and desire to engage in sexual activity (dyadic and solitary desire) in adult women living in a long-term couple relationship. Moreover, it considered t...

The effects of advertisements that sexually objectify women on state body dissatisfaction and judgments of women: The moderating roles of gender and internalization.

Experimental studies have demonstrated that exposure to idealized images of women increases state body image disturbance. However, little work has experimentally examined the effects of exposure to im...

A test of athletic internalisation as a mediator in the relationship between sociocultural influences and body dissatisfaction in women.

The tripartite model has been an important and empirically supported theoretical model positing that the influence of peers, family, and media leads women to internalise the thin societal body ideal. ...

LOCATION OF BODY FAT AMONG WOMEN WHO ACCURATELY OR INACCURATELY PERCEIVE THEIR WEIGHT STATUS.

-This cross-sectional study investigated location of body fat, with specific focus on abdominal fat, among normal weight and overweight women who accurately or inaccurately perceived their weight stat...

Self-esteem mediates the relationship between connectedness to nature and body appreciation in women, but not men.

Connectedness to nature (i.e., an affective and experiential connection to nature) is known to have a positive effect on psychological well-being, but its specific associations with body image have no...

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