The timing of a woman's cardiovascular event may play a prominent role in her menopause onset.
Disruptions in circadian stimuli resulting from their work schedule may put nurses under age 45 at higher risk for accelerated onset of menopause.
The much-anticipated results of an injectable progestin clinical trial did not align with previous research.
BRCA mutation carrying mothers may have different risks depending on whether the mutation is BRCA1 or BRCA2.
New research attempts to quantify the effects of maternal smoking, smoking cessation, and smoking reduction in pregnancy on SUID rates.
Editorial Board member Christian Pettker, MD, wants to know whether Contemporary OB/GYN's readers are persuaded by the existing data about gum-chewing and prevention of ileus.
A new study suggests that changes in the fetal brain caused by infections during pregnancy may be linked with autism and possibly depression.
Patient communication and preoperative consent are the main issues in this case.
Responsibility, anxiety, and expectations converge for an on-duty resident.
Maternal and fetal outcomes complicated by SLE require that patient, rheumatologist, and ob/gyn work as a team.