The effects of alcohol consumption during pregnancy are well known, but a small but not insignificant number of women are not getting the message.
New research illustrates why it's important for ob/gyns to discuss syncope history with their pregnant patients.
A recent study indicates that providers may need to rethink their intervention methods when counseling adolescents.
Recently published 3D MRI images show how the fetal head changes between prelabor and the second stage of labor to facilitate vaginal delivery.
Routine antibiotic prophylaxis for women undergoing operative vaginal birth is not currently recommended, but results from a recent study may compel a change to that guidance.
Epileptic women are much more likely to die during pregnancy, but a prognostic model may help predict which women are at higher risk of adverse events.
Because CKD is often under-recognized, there is a great benefit to understanding who is at a higher risk.
A new report analyzed the timing and cause of maternal deaths to determine preventability, factors that contributed to pregnancy-related deaths, and also identified prevention strategies to address contributing factors.
A recent study aimed to provide the first national estimate of e-cigarette use among pregnant and non-pregnant women of reproductive age.
The duration and timing of antibiotic exposure during adulthood may increase a women's risk for cardiovascular disease.