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Pregnancy Does Not Affect Survival in Women With Melanoma

Racial and socioeconomic factors linked to melanoma survival in women of childbearing age

Diet High in n-3-PUFAs Linked to Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Higher intake of marine n-3 PUFAs and total n-3 PUFAs associated with lower risk for breast cancer, especially for premenopausal women

USPSTF Continues to Recommend Against Genital Herpes Screening

No new evidence identified to support changes to the 2016 recommendation against routine serologic screening for genital herpes

Gout More Prevalent Among Black Versus White U.S. Adults

Racial disparities in gout may be explained by differences in diet, social determinants of health, and chronic kidney disease

Monkeypox May Get New Name to Curb Stigma

WHO will hold an open forum to consider new names not offensive to specific groups

U.K. Is First Country to Approve Moderna Omicron-Targeted Vaccine

Updated vaccine expected to have 'important role' in protecting people from COVID-19 this winter

Scotland Becomes First Country to Provide Free Period Products

Scots can access menstrual products at more than 1,000 locations through a mobile app

Most Women With Lung Cancer Report Sexual Dysfunction

Little or no interest in sexual activity reported by majority of patients surveyed

COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines Are Safe in Pregnancy

Compared with nonpregnant vaccinated women, pregnant vaccinated women had lower odds of a significant health event after vaccination

Frequent Aspirin Use Tied to Lower Ovarian Cancer Risk

Association remains regardless of the presence of most other risk factors for ovarian cancer