A new study aimed to better understand why birth control may fail for some women by looking at genetic variants.
A recent study examines whether expanding Medicaid coverage has impacted rates of low birthweight and prematurity among infants.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has halted sales after manufacturers failed to demonstrate long-term benefits of the devices.
Incorporating AI into the IVF process could reduce subjectivity in embryo selection and lead to higher success rates for patients.
A therapeutic vaccine may be effective and safe for clearing cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) 2/3 irrespective of HPV subtype.
A study looks at two decades worth of data to test whether metformin reduces late miscarriage and PTB in women with PCOS.
Knowledge of a woman's reproductive span can help ob/gyns identify patients who may be at risk.
Earlier trials are contradicted by the results of a new study, and ob/gyns may want to rethink their prescribing habits.
A new committee opinion updates ob/gyns about properly identifying and treating survivors in compliance with the necessary medical and legal requirements.
Rising incidence rates of hepatitis C virus among pregnant women could indicate the need for universal screening, but as always, everything comes down to cost.