The safety and efficacy of targeting vulvovaginal tissues are the topic of this committee opinion.
Phytoestrogen use is an apparent mixed bag of effects, some good and some adverse.
A recent study aimed to identify the optimal exercise dose to prevent bone loss in postmenopausal women.
Although clinicians and patients may have concern about the safety of PPIs, a recent study suggests that this concern might not be warranted.
The LNG-IUS and IUD are both highly effective, but one is associated with changes in uterine artery blood flow.
New research indicates an alarming number of men and women are uninformed about the health risks of pregnancy, and this ignorance may be contributing to the malpractice crisis.
Researchers compared LTAP and LAI to determine which is more effective in postoperative pain management.
A recent study has found that one method offers greater short-term improvement.
A recent study aimed to quantify the reduction in PTB risk when expectant mothers who smoke are able to quit.
A retrospective study compared several obstetric and neonatal outcomes of women with PPROM to determine whether outpatient or hospitalization should be the standard of care.