Our staff's picks for the best editorials this year, with links to the articles, in case you missed them.
What is pediatric and adolescent gynecology?
Talking with patients about their daughters is one way to build a practice focused on caring for girls, adolescents, and young adults.
Read more: What is pediatric and adolescent gynecology?
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Ensuring medications are more affordable without stifling innovation
The economic impact of drug costs and how we got here are examined in the first of a two-part series.
Additional reading: Ensuring medications are more affordable without stifling innovation (Part 2)
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Fake news in ob/gyn
As patients are exposed to more and more misinformation, ob/gyns have a responsibility to not just treat but also educate.
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‘Policing’ pregnant women during the opioid epidemic
As more states turn to punitive policies to discourage OUD among pregnant women, Charles J. Lockwood, MD, MHCM and Jay Wolfson, DrPH, JD examine what the ob/gyn's role in the debate should be.
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Has gestational hypertension been banished?
Ob/gyns sometimes need to go beyond guidelines when making judgment calls, as is the case with whether to induce at 37 weeks for gestational hypertension.
Read more: Has gestational hypertension been banished?