A recent study aimed to examine characteristics of real-world use patterns among a large sample of American women.
A recent study investigated the relationship between laparoscopically confirmed endometriosis and adverse pregnancy outcomes.
New research aimed to determine whether the association between bisphosphonates and survival is mediated by a reduction in rate of bone loss.
As more women in wealthy countries choose to birth at home, concerns persist about perinatal and neonatal mortality in an out-of-hospital delivery setting.
Although the infant mortality rate in the United States appears to have stalled, racial and ethnic disparities in trends in this area persist, according to the recent report.
Although blood transfusions can be a lifesaving measure for postpartum hemorrhage, adverse transfusion reactions (TRs) carry significant concerns.
As cannabis use has risen in pregnant women due to increased general acceptance and accessibility of the drug, a need for research on cannabis consumption habits in this population has emerged.
New research examined whether levels of prenatal estriol, estradiol, estrone, and estrone sulphate in amniotic fluid are associated with autism.
Results from the HOPE study indicate that a monthly vaginal ring could significantly reduce HIV-1 incidence rates.
A recent study examined associations between normal-weight central obesity and mortality among postmenopausal women.