Understanding the impact homelessness can have on women and their pregnancies is vital to provide good care.
The symptoms of ovarian cancer can be similar to those of other conditions, so it is important to understand what to look for.
As November 17th is World Prematurity Day, Wellbeing of Women – the UK health charity investing in the future of women and their babies More
A recent report in the British Journal of Cancer found that nearly 2,000 women’s lives are saved in England each year as a result More
New research suggests vitamin D supplements could be a simple, inexpensive way to prevent and reduce the risk of complications during pregnancy.
As many as one in 10 UK women are affected by endometriosis, so we spoke to a professor of gynaecology about its symptoms, side effects and treatments.
The importance of regular smears cannot be overestimated. In the UK, approx 9 cases of cervical cancer are diagnosed every day.
It may be mid-January but it’s still not too late to set resolutions or goals for happy and healthy 2018 if you haven’t so far.
I went to a lecture with Professor Steven Franks on PCOS which is a depressing and depilating problem that many women have to deal with. More
As September is Gynaecological Cancer Awareness month we thought we would highlight some of the work that Wellbeing of Women are currently funding in More
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a condition that our readers often write in about, and in some cases it can cause difficulties for couples trying to More
To mark National Pre-Eclampsia Awareness Day on Friday 22nd July, we asked Wellbeing of Women, the leading charity funding pioneering research into women’s reproductive More