Experience in more than a quarter million women shows no significant association between use of powder in the genital area and ovarian cancer.
Judith M. Orvos, ELS
Results of a nationally representative study indicate that many young women receive gynecologic exams that may be unnecessary, and not in compliance with the latest ACOG guidance.
From disability and miscarriage risk to diets during pregnancy, these are Contemporary OB/GYN's selections for five of the most noteworthy obstetric studies that were published in December 2019.
Adolescents whose parents use the drug may be at higher risk of substance abuse, according to results of a new nationwide study.
A new study of nearly a quarter million women suggests that smoking during pregnancy increases risk of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM).
New research shows that women with disabilities are more likely to suffer a miscarriage but are also more likely to receive preventive services.
A new systematic review suggests that before and during pregnancy, women may not be following national and international dietary guidelines from major organizations.
A study published in BMJ suggests that inducing labor at no later than 41 weeks could be one of the few interventions that reduce stillbirths.
Published in JAMA Network Open, a new study offers surprising results about plasma transfusion effectiveness for women with PPH.
Women with eating disorders—present or past—are at increased risk of adverse pregnancy and neonatal outcomes, according to research from JAMA Psychiatry.