Provision of no-cost contraception and promotion of the most effective contraceptive methods result in greatly reduced rates of abortions, repeat abortions, and teenage birth rates, according to a recent study.
A closer look at women's concerns on breast density in clinician discussions
A study found variations in discussions about breast density based on race and ethnicity, leading researchers to urge enhanced cultural competency and shared decision-making to bridge critical gaps in breast density conversations.
How Individually Identifying More HPV Types Enables Better Patient Management and More Precise Care
Preeclampsia and long-term risk: Study reveals links to venous thromboembolism
A recent investigation, drawing on extensive Danish registries, uncovers an association between preeclampsia and heightened risks of venous thromboembolism during pregnancy.
The Importance of Including Hemoglobinopathies as a Part of Carrier Screening Panels
Prepregnant energy drink intake linked to increased gestational hypertension risk
A recent study in JAMA Network Open reveals a concerning association between energy drink consumption before pregnancy and heightened risk of gestational hypertension.
Revolutionizing preeclampsia risk prediction: Study examines RNA biotypes
Find out more about the potential of RNA biotypes in predicting preeclampsia risk, as a recent study unveils accurate models with 93% to 99% specificity, paving the way for enhanced pregnancy complication prevention and fetal well-being.
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