Research from Obstetrics & Gynecology aimed to better characterize stillbirth related to infection using clinical, histologic, and microbiologic data.
Ranging from chronic pain control to reexamining postpartum care, these were our most-read peer-reviewed articles from 2019.
New research from BMJ indicates that children of mothers with diabetes have higher rates of early-onset CVD.
An incentive-based prenatal smoking cessation program for low-income women appears to improve birth outcomes and reduce costs.
This series, which debuted in 2019, allowed ob/gyns in the making to reflect on lessons learned.
New research shows that antenatal Zika virus significantly increases risk of giving birth to a small-for-gestational-age baby.
New research shows that women with disabilities are more likely to suffer a miscarriage but are also more likely to receive preventive services.
This month's web-exclusive Legally Speaking article examines a case where conflicting expert testimony and a sympathetic mother made for a difficult decision.
New research indicates that Hispanic and non-Hispanic black women have higher postpartum pain scores but receive fewer opioids while hospitalized after delivery than their white counterparts
A new systematic review suggests that before and during pregnancy, women may not be following national and international dietary guidelines from major organizations.