Patient attitudes can often be more challenging than their health conditions. Here are strategies to deal with the most common issues.
Low-income pregnant women who receive Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) federal nutrition assistance reduce their offspring’s risk for infant mortality and premature birth.
Adolescents whose parents use the drug may be at higher risk of substance abuse, according to results of a new nationwide study.
A new study of nearly a quarter million women suggests that smoking during pregnancy increases risk of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM).
Our top 5 journal studies of 2019 looked at how midwives affect birth and care outcomes, benchmark data on pelvic exams, and more.
From managing endometrial polyps to tips on using ultrasound imaging effectively, these were our top five gynecologic-focused articles of 2019.
Older women with preeclampsia have a 50% higher risk for spontaneous or iatrogenic preterm birth than younger women with preeclampsia, according to research from AOGS.
Normal-weight women who lose body mass between the start of their first and second live pregnancies are much more likely to deliver prematurely in the latter pregnancy, according to new research from PLOS One.
As 2019 comes to a close, we're taking a look back at some of our most popular articles this year. These were the top articles focused on obstetrics.