women’s health

New research suggests that cesarean births for transplant patients carry higher risks to baby and mother

By Alana Prisco • October 4, 2021

Here's why the COVID-19 vaccine will not cause infertility, does not affect sperm count, and is safe during pregnancy

By Ask the Doctors • August 18, 2021

These seismic shifts not only affect the mother but the partner who did not give birth as well

By Ask the Doctors • July 9, 2021

Resources include therapy sessions and a moms support group

By Alana Prisco • June 7, 2021

UCLA Health experts provide insights for every chapter of womanhood

By uclahealth • May 8, 2021

Mary Farah says she’s full of gratitude as she celebrates with her husband and baby girl Mabel

By Sandy Cohen • May 5, 2021

‘If you want to know the main feeling, it was just gratitude,’ says Judy Gasson, former director of the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, who underwent treatment in 2020

By uclahealth • April 29, 2021

Overactive bladder isn’t a disease, but rather a collection of symptoms related to urinary control

By Ask the Doctors • April 28, 2021

A new UCLA Health study found no long-term link between physical activity and cognitive performance in 3 areas tested

By Alana Prisco • April 1, 2021

Although anyone can develop the disease, about 90% of people with a form of lupus are female

By Ask the Doctors • March 3, 2021