Results from a recently published study in Menopause indicate that higher endogenous estrogen exposure (EEE) and hormone therapy (HT) may lead to better cognition for women in later life.
A recent research letter appearing in JAMA explored why maternal gastric bypass surgery may reduce risk to major birth defects in infants.
Presenting at the 2019 ASRM Scientific Congress & Expo, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania explored circulating androgen levels before and after cancer therapy, as well as sexual function.
While current guidelines recommend genetic testing in women with breast cancer who have relevant family history or clinical criteria, a new study examined whether it makes more sense to test all women with breast cancer.
These are Contemporary OB/GYN's selections for five of the most noteworthy gynecologic-focused studies that were published in September 2019.
A recent study describes the development of a web-based calculator that predicts the likelihood of experiencing multiple and competing morbidity outcomes over 5, 10, and 15 years.
A new study indicates that binge drinking is becoming more prevalent among middle-aged women and clinicians need to do a better job of screening their patients for the condition.
A recently published study investigated whether maternal red blood cell (RBC) lead exposure is associated with intergenerational overweight and or obesity (OWO).
From research on whether high-risk pregnancies are receiving the proper level of care to a 40-year study on hypertension in pregnancy, these are five of the most noteworthy obstetric-focused studies published in September 2019.
A recent study aimed to investigate the association between preeclampsia, hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, and subsequent diagnosis of 12 different cardiovascular disorders.