In a new study, researchers examined whether diabetes confers to women an excess risk of heart failure.
Judith M. Orvos, ELS
New data suggests that while imaging practice patterns have changed over the past 20 years, exposure in pregnancy may vary by a woman’s age and race.
Menstrual cups are used around the world but quality studies on them are lacking, according to results of a new systematic review and meta-analysis.
A new study examines whether reproductive hormones influence immune response to influenza vaccination.
A new analysis tested the hypothesis that maternal anthropometric characteristics were associated with increased risk of subsequent childhood cancer development.
A recent analysis suggests that after a certain number of gestational weeks, the risk of stillbirth increases dramatically.
Most vitamins and supplements do very little towards improving heart health, but a recent report identified two supplements and one dietary measure that may be beneficial.
Although breastfeeding has long been hypothesized to worsen postpartum cardiomyopathy, a new prospective study challenges the connection.
The FDA suggests that American women are not eating enough fish, though consumers still need to be mindful of which fish to avoid.
The CDC has released a new analysis that may be a benchmark for women’s behavior regarding pelvic exams before ACOG made a sea change in guidance on when to perform the tests.