Give this to your patients who have questions about the role of ultrasound with cfDNA.
Diet of mother’s milk vs formula has no effect on preterm infant microbiome
For preterm infants, clinical outcomes from microbial mechanisms are not affected by a diet of only human milk compared to bovine milk formulas or fortifiers.
S4E1: New RNA platform can predict pregnancy complications
In this episode of Pap Talk, Contemporary OB/GYN® sat down with Maneesh Jain, CEO of Mirvie, and Michal Elovitz, MD, chief medical advisor at Mirvie, a new RNA platform that is able to predict pregnancy complications by revealing the biology of each pregnancy. They discussed recently published data regarding the platform's ability to predict preeclampsia and preterm birth.
Pregnant women with severe mental illness benefit from continued antidepressant use
There was a lower probability of initiating psycholeptics and having postpartum psychiatric emergencies in the early discontinuer and late discontinuer groups compared to the continuers.
Testing protocols and general prevalence of STIs during COVID-19
April is STI Awareness Month, and as such, we are focusing on testing and increase of STDs in the pandemic, especially how women and minorities are affected.
Do cesarean-section babies still receive essential microbes?
Nearly 59% of an infant’s microbiota composition is transferred by their mother.
A discussion about treatment options for women's sexual dysfunction
At the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH) conference, held this year March 2 to 5 in St. Louis, Missouri, Contemporary OB/GYN®’s digital editor, Michael Krychman, MD, spoke with Ashley Tapscott, a board-certified urologist trained in male and female sexual dysfunction, who works in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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