Contemporary OB/GYN Senior Editor Angie DeRosa interviews Dr. Laura Riley, MD, a renowned obstetrician who specializes in obstetric infectious disease. Dr. Riley weighs in on COVID-19.
Endometriotic patients who were underweight before conception had a significantly higher rate of preterm birth (PTB) than underweight women without endometriosis, according to new research.
This special article series features the perspective of patients who are pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic and steps they are taking to ensure their safety and the safety of their babies. This is the first story in the series.
A recent study assessed the multifactorial variables associated with poorer quality of sleep in women with endometriosis.
A new study in Obstetrics & Gynecology found postpartum contraception causes a significant amount of psychosocial stress among women with unintended pregnancies .
A review published in The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine illustrates key strategies to implement in obstetric units to streamline care and reduce infection.
New research indicates having at least one symptom of vulvovaginal atrophy is linked to significant impaired sexual function for postmenopausal women.
A diagnosis of vulvovaginal atrophy (VVA) in breast cancer survivors is associated with a significant increase in the burden of illness and social costs.
New research found that malnutrition in liver cirrhosis is significantly linked to osteopenia/osteoporosis for patients undergoing liver transplantation.
Physical training can preserve and even significantly bolster bone mass in the hip and femoral neck of individuals under caloric restriction, according to new research.