Ten women will undergo the first uterus transplants in the U.S.
The experiences of women who undergo hysterectomy have not been given adequate attention -- especially in the area of how reproductive organs can provide a sense of identity to women.
Galen, a second-century Greek physician, believed that the body was ruled by "humor" fluids. Men typically had “hot and dry
Complicating the simple is a human talent. You might think that the human endeavor should be fraught with efforts to simplify the complicated, and indeed, it is. Unfortunately, it seems that most of the efforts to simplify the complicated, actually serve to complicate the simple.
Apparently, a lawmaker in the Florida House of Representatives ran afoul of that august body's rules of politesse today after he used an inappropriate word on the House floor today. That word: uterus. Wait, what?
A gynaecologist is being sued for branding his patient's name on to her removed uterus. However, Ingrid Paulicivic, a 47
Birth defects increased in humans and animals Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine accidentally discovered that rats