Researchers say that planned early delivery in mothers with late preterm preeclampsia may result in fewer maternal deaths, but it is not without tradeoffs.
Judith M. Orvos, ELS
A study by European researchers suggests that there may be a link between birth by cesarean delivery and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
One of the largest-ever studies of menstrual cycle characteristics shows that common assumptions about when ovulation occurs may be at variance with what happens to women in the real world.
A small study using neuroimaging explored a possible association between prenatal exposure to organophosphate pesticides (OPs) and deficits in certain brain functions in adolescents.
A randomized trial examined whether cytomegalovirus (CMV) hyperimmune globulin is the answer to preventing CMV infection during pregnancy.
Results of a new study that used Amazon’s survey technology reveal whether patients are telling clinicians when they face imminent threats to their health.
Results of a Phase III study suggest that a microbicidal vaginal gel may hold promise for prevention of recurrent bacterial vaginosis (BV).
The findings from a new survey-based study shed light on how reproductive coercion and relationship abuse influence sexual health in this population.
A randomized clinical trial explored whether an intervention that combines technology and community nurses could improve treatment outcomes for pelvic inflammatory disease.
New research explores the reasons why women turn to alcohol, tobacco, and cannabis during pregnancy