What you missed this week in women's health
This week's must-read stories included:
The use of hair dyes, bleach, relaxers, and mousse was associated with lower levels of sex steroid hormones in pregnant women, according to a new Rutgers study.
A home kit to detect urinary tract infections (UTIs) like Candida albicans from vaginal fluids on sanitary napkins and tampons could soon enter the clinical phase.
The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine has announced its upcoming 2022 annual meeting will now be virtual.
Do you expect new technology, like vNOTES, to revive the industry's enthusiasm for single-port surgery?
While it has been nearly 50 years since vaginal dilators were introduced as a therapy to decrease VS, the medical community still knows very little about the potential impact on long-term outcomes.
An experimental blood test uses plasma cell-free RNA (cfRNA) to accurately predict preeclampsia as early as 16 weeks.