This series, which debuted in 2019, allowed ob/gyns in the making to reflect on lessons learned.
New research shows that antenatal Zika virus significantly increases risk of giving birth to a small-for-gestational-age baby.
New research shows that women with disabilities are more likely to suffer a miscarriage but are also more likely to receive preventive services.
This month's web-exclusive Legally Speaking article examines a case where conflicting expert testimony and a sympathetic mother made for a difficult decision.
New research indicates that Hispanic and non-Hispanic black women have higher postpartum pain scores but receive fewer opioids while hospitalized after delivery than their white counterparts
A new systematic review suggests that before and during pregnancy, women may not be following national and international dietary guidelines from major organizations.
Gender discrimination in medicine prevalent in the form of lower pay, inappropriate conduct, survey finds
Unconscious bias is the main cause of gender discriminations against female doctors.
Reproductive-aged women with at least one chronic health condition were twice as likely to use highly effective contraception than women without a chronic condition, according to new research.
Research from Contraception indicates that a new counseling strategy could lead to enhanced patient satisfaction with their birth control method.
Dr. Melissa S. Wong demonstrates a forceps delivery from beginning to end and provides step-by-step instructions.