Sexual minority women (SMW) face many of the same barriers in obtaining and using contraceptives as those described by straight women, according to new research.
A recently published study found that providers are more likely to focus on the patient's contraceptive preferences when the patient has interacted with a contraceptive decision-support tool.
Although nearly half of postmenopausal women reported having vulvovaginal symptoms (VVS), only a minority discussed their symptoms during a well-woman visit with a primary care provider or gynecologist, according to recent survey analysis.
A new study, which found that women with premature and early menopause were at increased risk of having a non-fatal cardiovascular disease event before age 60, has consequential public health and clinical implications.
The statement was prompted because of the uncertain benefits and risks of treating women with testosterone.
A recent study of women complaining of low or absent sexual desire found their low desire may be linked to hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis dysregulation.
The findings from a recent study indicate that physicians who prescribe vitamin D to prevent falls in older women may want to reconsider the practice.
New research explored whether eating more fruit and vegetables per day could decrease risk of fractures.
New research investigated the connection between nutrient intake and gastrointestinal disorders in women with endometriosis.
A link seems to exist between psychological/cognitive factors and the pain experience of women with a diagnosis of endometriosis, according to a recent study.