Too much weight before and during pregnancy can have serious health consequences not only for the mother, but for her child’s health for many years, new research shows.
The National Institutes of Health, Detroit Medical Center and Wayne State University have published of a major new study that describes a safe way to prevent as many as 45,000 premature births per year in the U.S.
Fewer women than men smoke in the United States, but the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center study suggests smoking is more dangerous for women.
“Jackets for Jobs,” a nationally recognized local charity, will be giving away 1,000 jackets to women in need Thursday morning in downtown Detroit.
Register now for a women’s self-defense seminar presented by the The Farmington Hills/Farmington Emergency Preparedness Commission.
Inforum Center for Leadership is now taking applications for “NextUP,” a specialized leadership development program for high-achieving women early in their careers.
A new report from the U.S. Commerce Department found women are still significantly underrepresented in STEM fields, impacting U.S. competitiveness.
The Department of Natural Resources is offering a variety of opportunities for women to learn new ways to enjoy the outdoors this July, through its Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program.
While many people will celebrate mom on Mother’s Day, others are grieving the loss of a mother or child.
For the second time in three years, The University of Detroit Mercy and The Detroit Metro Sports Commission will host the NCAA National Collegiate Women’s Bowling Championship.