Cervix

A new study shows that cervical cancer rates in the U.S. may be higher than once believed. (Credit: CBS 2)

Dr. Max Gomez: Study Says Cervical Cancer Is More Common Than Once Thought

All women should talk with their doctors to determine when and how often they need a pap test. Cervical cancer is caused by HPV, a sexually transmitted virus, but it can take decades for the cancer to actually develop.

05/12/2014

Pregnant Belly (file / credit: Ian Waldie/Getty Images)

Doctors Continue Battle To Prevent Premature Birth

Doctors working to bring down the ever-growing rate of premature birth say prevention starts with the parents.

04/29/2011