As the gender pay gap grows, female doctors’ choices in specialty may be the cause, but their search for work-life balance seems to have no effect.
New research from the Journal of General Internal Medicine shows that these laws are not associated with an increased understanding of the clinical implications of breast density.
Although both treatments increased lumbar spine bone mineral density (BMD) in a retrospective chart review, denosumab demonstrated a significantly greater effect.
For patients with osteoporosis, drug treatments with bisphosphonates may not reduce overall mortality rates, according to a meta-analysis from JAMA Internal Medicine.
Like some aspects of reproductive function, menopausal symptoms appear to exhibit seasonal variation, according to new research from Menopause.
CMS has been slowly pushing telehealth, making it an option for Medicare Advantage plans and ACOs, as long as they are part of risk-sharing contracts. It’s also allowed under Medicare Part B for treating substance abuse disorders.
When evaluating and diagnosing migraines in pediatric patients, a thorough medical history is key to giving a diagnosis. These 8 questions are structured to pinpoint concerning headache patterns earlier in the diagnosing process.
Experience in more than a quarter million women shows no significant association between use of powder in the genital area and ovarian cancer.
Results of a nationally representative study indicate that many young women receive gynecologic exams that may be unnecessary, and not in compliance with the latest ACOG guidance.
Two ob/gyns provide arguments for and against offering the procedure. This article, from Dr. Fader, covers the con side of the argument.