Six single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPS) may be strongly associated with endometrial cancer risk, according to a new analysis of the latest evidence on genetics of the disease.
New findings from the Journal of the American Heart Association indicate that domestic abuse (DA) against women can increase mortality from all causes by 40% when compared to rates in the general population.
New research from BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health indicates that a high number of lifetime sexual partners may be associated with adverse health outcomes.
Women who have poor sleep quality are also eating more food and have lower-quality diets – all of which are factors that increase cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk.
Results of new research led by Australian investigators suggest that interleukin-6 (IL-6) may have a role in diagnosis of ovarian cancer—but not on its own.
Findings from a study in The European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health indicate a variation in virulence among Candida species in reaction to IUD use.
When long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) was offered to teenage mothers prior to hospital discharge, it drastically reduced the rate of rapid repeat pregnancy, according to a study of adolescents in Indiana.
An associated ileocecal endometriosis (ICE) location is a marker of severity in 25% cases of women undergoing complete resection for low rectal endometriosis (LRE), according to a retrospective cohort study in BJOG.
Patients with low Endometriosis Fertility Index (EFI) scores may not have a strong chance of a pregnancy achieved without use of assisted reproductive technology (ART), according to a meta-analysis from BJOG.
How physicians behave after learning that they’re being sued for medical malpractice can determine the outcome of the case, regardless of its legal and medical merits.