Ranging from the impact diet supplements have on heart health to whether cannabis use impacts a woman's risk for PTB, these are five of the most noteworthy studies published in July 2019.
Can supplements and diet improve heart health?
Most vitamins and supplements do very little towards improving heart health, but a recent report identified two supplements and one dietary measure that may be beneficial.
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Financial, health implications of 12-month supplies of OCs
A recent model challenges the rationale of limiting oral contraceptive dispensing as a means to control costs.
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Fat, estradiol and cognitive health
German researchers investigated whether VAT moderates the association between age and brain network structure and looked at whether estradiol moderates the association between VAT and brain network structure.
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Risk of stillbirth in women who go beyond ‘term’
A recent analysis suggests that after a certain number of gestational weeks, the risk of stillbirth increases dramatically.
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Does cannabis use increase a woman’s risk for PTB?
Many pregnant patients have turned to the drug for relief of hyperemesis, but little is known about associated adverse maternal, perinatal, and neonatal outcomes.