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Mommy makeovers may help some women restore shapeNov 26, 2011
Diet and exercise might not be enough to correct women’s appearance after pregnancy.
What you eat even before conception may affect your infantOct 24, 2011
Researchers find diets in mice before and during pregnancy can affect the size of their offspring and the way their livers function.
Could chewing gum help lower rates of premature births in Malawi?Aug 18, 2011
BCM's Dr. Kjersti Aagaard hopes to answer that question with a $250,000, two-year Saving Lives at Birth grant.
Event to celebrate 'graduates' of Baylor Teen Clinic programAug 3, 2011
Program seeks to improve the health and well-being of first-time mothers and their kids.
Weight gain during pregnancy should fall within certain rangeJul 20, 2011
Baylor expert says it is important for expecting mothers to work closely with their physician and perhaps even a registered dietitian to achieve a healthy weight gain during pregnancy.
Postmenopausal bleeding could be sign of endometrial cancerApr 18, 2011
Bleeding post menopause could be sign of endometrial cancer, BCM expert says.
Get through menopause by reevaluating your health care needsApr 18, 2011
Menopause can affect women's health needs in a variety of ways.
Mood changes triggered by menopauseApr 18, 2011
BCM expert offers insight into symptoms of menopause.
TMC Women's Health Network sponsors annual Leadership Luncheon, Conference Feb. 28, 2011Feb 15, 2011
BCM professor featured speaker at "Making Sense Out Of Chaos" leadership event.
Lesley Stahl to be honored at 2010 Women's Health SummitOct 13, 2010
Lesley Stahl to be honored at 2010 Women's Health Summit. Journalist Lesley Stahl to be honored at 2010 Women's Health Summit