Results of a very large cohort study underscore the need for routine screening of kidney function and detection of acute kidney injury in all women hospitalized during pregnancy.
A new research letter published in JAMA Network suggests that vertical transmission from mother to child may be possible while in utero.
From physician health struggles to adapting care for patients to new safety measures, these articles illustrate how the coronavirus has affected the job of the physician.
Accelerated biological aging was seen in women who had severe menopausal vasomotor symptoms but not during their reported menopause transition, according to new research.
A study in Menopause found that a significant proportion of premenopausal and perimenopausal women experienced hot flashes after receiving breast cancer treatment.
Some women proactively choose bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (BSO) to minimize cancer risk, but new research indicates that for some women, the procedure may be doing more harm than good.
Reviewing a patient’s intake of opioids after cesarean may help optimize pain management post-discharge, according to results of a new study.
A package of nine individual bills has just been introduced that aim to improve health for black mothers in the United States.
Results of a new Scottish study suggest that delivery after 37 weeks’ gestation is optimal for uncomplicated twin pregnancies.
New research indicates that risk of high-grade cervical neoplasms is lower with copper (Cu) intrauterine devices (IUDs) than with the levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system (LNG-IUS).