Online communication provides an empowering environment for the exchange of accurate and useful contraceptive information, when based on real user experiences, according a recent study from Contraception.
Physicians should meet with their attorneys to prepare for any testimony, especially in cases with documentation discrepancies and unreliable physician-nurse communication.
As patients increasingly present with organ prolapse or incontinence, they may require a safe, effective, and non-surgical treatment option.
New research indicates that unintended pregnancy is much more likely in women with than without disabilities
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has posted a FAQ on coronavirus in pregnancy and interim guidance on breastfeeding in women who have or are suspected to have COVID-19.
Involvement in change efforts can help reduce gender biases and discrimination.
New research indicates that women may be able to reduce menopausal symptoms by increasing their intake of fruits and vegetables (FV).
New findings shows that screening mammography that led to detection of triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) resulted in similar outcomes for both white and African-American women.
In-depth interviews with program administrators in Texas show that changes to Title X are decreasing access to services for teens and the quality of those services.
A randomized trial involving a simulated clinical encounter suggests that physician gender and race may not significantly affect patient satisfaction with or confidence in physicians.