New research compared the quality of sleep between women with POI and women of the same age with still functioning ovaries.
A recent study aimed to determine the prevalence of SI and the associated risk factors during pregnancy among a sample of women enrolled in WIC.
A recent model challenges the rationale of limiting oral contraceptive dispensing as a means to control costs.
New research examines whether postpartum echocardiography could play a role in CVD detection for women with a history of preeclampsia.
A recent study examined whether using an expanded definition for hypertension would result in better identification of women at risk for gestational hypertension.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released two Zika virus (ZIKV)-related updates, one on epidemiology and the other with information for travelers.
Following a major revision to improve nutritional content, a recent study investigated whether the implementation actually improved perinatal and birth outcomes for recipients.
Using data from more than 60 million individuals, a recent meta-analysis investigated rates of human papillomavirus (HPV)-related diagnoses since the implementation of vaccination programs.
German researchers investigated whether VAT moderates the association between age and brain network structure and looked at whether estradiol moderates the association between VAT and brain network structure.
Many pregnant patients have turned to the drug for relief of hyperemesis, but little is known about associated adverse maternal, perinatal, and neonatal outcomes.