Rachael Zimlich is a freelance writer in Cleveland, Ohio. She writes regularly for Contemporary Pediatrics, Managed Healthcare Executive, and Medical Economics.
Only about half of all breast cancer survivors seek gynecological care
Fertility myths and declining sexual satisfaction may contribute to shortfalls in contraceptive use after cancer treatment, a new study concludes.
Title X clinics offer same quality of contraceptive counseling as private health care
Federal health programs that provide services to economic and racial minorities may have a reputation for providing less empathetic or patient-centered care than private health care institutions, but a new study shows that—at least in contraceptive counseling¬—that’s not the case.
Understanding the impact COVID-19 vaccines have on fertility and pregnancy
A presentation at the 2022 American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists' Annual Clinical & Scientific Meeting outlined the impact vaccination against COVID-19 could have on reproductive health, fertility, and infant outcomes.
Discussing formula options with parents who are vegan
Using vegan, plant-based, and vegetarian formulas isn't as easy as an adult choosing to have such a diet and making that choice for an infant can carry consequences.
Ingesting cow's milk formula prevents cow's milk allergies
Early exposure to peanuts has been shown to reduce the risk of peanut allergy. Is the same true with cow's milk?
Let’s talk about sex . . . or not
Doctors don’t talk enough to their young patients about sex, and neither do parents-but parents also aren’t sure that it’s a clinician’s place to have “the talk” with their children, according to a new study.
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