Women who reach menopause before age 40 may have an increased risk for subsequent cardiovascular disease, according to research from JAMA.
New research has found that the role of hormone therapy (HT) in menopausal patients with breast cancer and gynecologic malignancies is a mixed bag.
4 ways to address the needs of LGBTQ patients.
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A new study reveals that mothers who are aged younger than 20 years when their first child is born were more likely to have a child with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and researchers suggest maternal age and other genetic factors may be the cause.
Endometriosis is an independent risk factor for developing placenta previa, according to a case-control study published in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth.
Although patient characteristics may not able to predict postoperative complications from laparoscopic treatment, procedural factors appear to be predictive of perioperative complications.
In this video, a clinician discusses new data on how surgeons are doing tissue extraction for uterine fibroids.
A review of 11 different studies found that physicians with a positive screening for depression were highly likely to report medical errors.
Our staff's picks for the best editorials this year, with links to the articles, in case you missed them.