Bremelanotide is an injectable indicated for premenopausal women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD).
Judith M. Orvos, ELS
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
Marking its third anniversary of working to improve the wellbeing of American mothers, March for Moms rallied on the National Mall in Washington, DC, on May 11.
A new analysis calls into question current wisdom about the best strategy for cervical cancer screening.
Although training or access to training in abortion has been a mandated part of the core curriculum for ob/gyns residents, a new survey has found that many programs are not providing education in that area.
Although human papillomavirus testing with urine is slightly less sensitive than using cervical samples, it may be easier for women than going to a doctor’s office for a Pap smear.