December 4th 2023
Discoveries from a comprehensive study reveal specific plasma biomarkers that may serve as indicators of neurological well-being in individuals living with HIV, shedding light on potential links to Alzheimer's disease and emphasizing the importance of early detection for improved outcomes.
23rd Annual International Congress on the Future of Breast Cancer® East
Patient, Provider, and Caregiver Connection™: Incorporating the Patient Journey into HS Diagnosis and Management Practices
Patient, Provider, & Caregiver Connection: Individualizing Care in Multiple Sclerosis – Understanding Patient Challenges and the Role of Innovative Treatment
Expert Illustrations & Commentaries™: Targeting Immune Cells to Treat Multiple Sclerosis
15th Annual International Symposium on Ovarian Cancer and Other Gynecologic Malignancies™
Community Practice Connections™: 14th Annual International Symposium on Ovarian Cancer and Other Gynecologic Malignancies
4th Annual International Congress on the Future of Women’s Health™
A recent study in Menopause, the journal of The Menopause Society, suggests that a longer reproductive life span and later age at menopause may be associated with a reduced risk of low handgrip strength in postmenopausal women.
A recent study in Microorganisms reveals that Metronidazole treatment failure in bacterial vaginosis is linked to elevated activated T- and dendritic-cell subsets, potentially heightening susceptibility to HIV.
Discover the crucial findings from a recent study investigating vaccine decision-making among Spanish-speaking pregnant individuals, highlighting the pivotal role doctors play in dispelling vaccine hesitancy and fostering acceptance through targeted information dissemination and culturally sensitive approaches.
Researchers from the National Institute on Drug Abuse unveil a 3-fold spike in drug overdose deaths among pregnant women aged 10 to 44 years between 2018 and 2021, highlighting pervasive barriers like discrimination and stigma hindering access to life-saving treatment.
A comprehensive cohort study explored the impact of inactivated COVID-19 vaccines administered within 3 months before conception, revealing reassuring findings that neonatal outcomes, including preterm birth and NICU admission, remain unaffected.
A study found variations in discussions about breast density based on race and ethnicity, leading researchers to urge enhanced cultural competency and shared decision-making to bridge critical gaps in breast density conversations.
A recent retrospective cohort study found that administering antenatal corticosteroids from 34 to 36 weeks of gestation did not decrease composite neonatal respiratory morbidity in twin pregnancies, challenging conventional practices for this high-risk population.
A recent investigation, drawing on extensive Danish registries, uncovers an association between preeclampsia and heightened risks of venous thromboembolism during pregnancy.
A recent comprehensive study reveals that 1 in 5 women in low- and middle-income countries grapple with perinatal anxiety disorders, shedding light on a critical yet often overlooked mental health challenge affecting maternal and infant outcomes in these regions.
A recent study in JAMA Network Open reveals a concerning association between energy drink consumption before pregnancy and heightened risk of gestational hypertension.
Find out more about the potential of RNA biotypes in predicting preeclampsia risk, as a recent study unveils accurate models with 93% to 99% specificity, paving the way for enhanced pregnancy complication prevention and fetal well-being.
Explore the findings of a recent study, revealing that enrollment in the Special Supplemental Nutritional Program for Women, Infants, and Children may influence breastfeeding decisions, shedding light on disparities and suggesting the need for targeted initiatives to enhance breastfeeding rates among low-income mothers.
A recent study unveils an association between residing in socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhoods and heightened postpartum depression risk, particularly affecting Black individuals.
A recent study published in Diabetes Care reveals a concerning association between chronic insufficient sleep and increased insulin levels in women, with postmenopausal women facing a heightened risk.
Discover how President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden's new White House Initiative on Women's Health Research aims to revolutionize women's healthcare, addressing historical research gaps and advancing breakthroughs in critical areas.
Elizabeth Cherot, MD, FACOG, chief executive officer of March of Dimes, discusses the 2023 March of Dimes report card, as well as the implications the findings have on maternal health.
A recent study suggests that a catch-up HPV test may significantly enhance cervical cancer prediction for women aged 65 and older, potentially addressing issues in existing screening programs and reducing the risk of cervical cancer development.
The US District Court for the District of Arizona issued an order against Arizona-based company Smart Women’s Choice, Inc, following a complaint by the US Department of Justice, alleging the distribution of unapproved new drugs in violation of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.