Fifty years after Roe and Title X, the right to reproductive freedom continues to come under fire.
Identifying abnormal placentation is crucial for determining the correct management of at-risk pregnancies and minimizing morbidity and mortality of both mother and child.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention compared the outcomes of mothers and their babies in Appalachia and the Delta with those of their counterparts elsewhere in the United States.
Risk of stillbirth is known to be elevated in women who go to sleep supine late in pregnancy, but a new study suggests that may not be the only associated risk.
Women with certain autoimmune rheumatic diseases have an elevated risk of various preterm birth (PTB) phenotypes, according to a large population-based, retrospective cohort study from BJOG.
Pioneers in uterine transplantation provide an update on an investigational procedure that holds promise for women with absolute uterine factor infertility.
For a chronic condition like endometriosis, it is important to develop the physician-patient relationship into a partnership.
A recent study describes the development of a web-based calculator that predicts the likelihood of experiencing multiple and competing morbidity outcomes over 5, 10, and 15 years.
A new study, which found that women with premature and early menopause were at increased risk of having a non-fatal cardiovascular disease event before age 60, has consequential public health and clinical implications.
A recent study of women complaining of low or absent sexual desire found their low desire may be linked to hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis dysregulation.
The statement was prompted because of the uncertain benefits and risks of treating women with testosterone.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows an alarming rise in incidence of sexual transmitted diseases in the United States.
Although nearly half of postmenopausal women reported having vulvovaginal symptoms (VVS), only a minority discussed their symptoms during a well-woman visit with a primary care provider or gynecologist, according to recent survey analysis.
While current guidelines recommend genetic testing in women with breast cancer who have relevant family history or clinical criteria, a new study examined whether it makes more sense to test all women with breast cancer.
A new study indicates that binge drinking is becoming more prevalent among middle-aged women and clinicians need to do a better job of screening their patients for the condition.
A recently published study found that providers are more likely to focus on the patient's contraceptive preferences when the patient has interacted with a contraceptive decision-support tool.
Sexual minority women (SMW) face many of the same barriers in obtaining and using contraceptives as those described by straight women, according to new research.
How to keep yourself, your family, and your practice financially fit
Inability to recognize that a patient requires care from a specialist may lead to allegations of negligence.