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.
Judith M. Orvos, ELS
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.
Bremelanotide is an injectable indicated for premenopausal women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD).
A new study by Chinese investigators suggests that deficiency in vitamin D and estradiol may play a synergistic role in metabolic syndrome.
A new study indicates that millions of women may not realize the impact age has on fertility due to coverage of celebrity pregnancies in consumer magazines.
Results from a prospective study indicate that cfDNA testing for trisomy 21 may be just as effective in twin pregnancies as singletons.
Results from a recent study hold promise for development of biomarkers that could be used to define risk of PTB in African-American women.
A new study examines if all benzodiazepines, regardless of drug or duration of action, carry the same risk of spontaneous abortion