New research from Pediatrics suggests that nativity and country of education are predictors of breastfeeding and should be assessed in postpartum settings to encourage breastfeeding support.
A large-scale clinical trial of dietary supplementation in couples being treated for infertility shows that taking folic acid and zinc does not increase sperm quality or live birth rates
Results of a new study point to a link between exposure to tamoxifen and aromatase inhibitors and reduced diagnoses of neurodegenerative diseases.
As the world struggles to contain the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, important misconceptions among the general public in the United States and UK abound.
The healthcare organization recognizes the need for face masks and respirators for physicians during the current pandemic.
Running late with patients is a huge source of stress and anxiety -- here's how to fix the problem.
Results of a very large cohort study underscore the need for routine screening of kidney function and detection of acute kidney injury in all women hospitalized during pregnancy.
These three strategies can minimize the risks for both patients and staff.
Vulnerable and isolated patients may experience elevated levels of fear.
A new research letter published in JAMA Network suggests that vertical transmission from mother to child may be possible while in utero.