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The coronavirus crisis may have found an unlikely hero in Kylie Jenner.
A recent research study in the United States has highlighted the benefits of telemedicine for pregnant women suffering from opiate drug addiction.
Ugandan doctors are giving new mothers artificial intelligence-enabled devices to remotely monitor their health in a first-of-its-kind study aiming to curb thousands of preventable maternal deaths across Africa, medics and developers said.
Expressing grief and other emotions, and connecting with others who have had similar losses, are some of the ways women use the photo-sharing platform Instagram to cope with a miscarriage, researchers say.
Do you remember playing Manhole on a Game & Watch? We invite you on a little gadget reverie.
A recent research study in the US has shown that high school students who are victims of cyberbullying, and physical and/or sexual violence, have riskier attitudes toward their health, such as using drugs or not using condoms during sex.
On its way to amassing more than a billion users, Instagram has become more than just a photo sharing platform in the last nine years.
A former employee of Disney Streaming Services fired earlier this year is suing the company, alleging that he was the target of discrimination and harassment over his new parental status – and that Disney employees hacked into his home computer and phone to learn private information about him.
New European research has found that only 13% of women have menstrual cycles lasting 28 days, which researchers say could help couples better understand when pregnancy is more likely to occur.
The news that researchers could use Facebook feeds to “predict” whether you suffer from any of 21 medical conditions came across as impressive, but also unnerving.