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Image IQ: Second Trimester Pregnancy
Challenge your diagnostic skills: Anything unusual about this fetal head?
Antidepressants in First Trimester Not Linked to Heart Defects in Baby
Good news: Use of antidepressants in early pregnancy is not to blame for fetal cardiac malformations, should one occur.
10 Things Patients Wish Their OBs Told Them
Obstetricians: Want to know what your patients wish you had told them before delivery? We surveyed a group of moms and are sharing the top 10 responses.
Urinary Microbiomes Differ for Women With Urgency Incontinence
The bacteria profile of the bladders of women with urgency urinary incontinence may help with future prevention, diagnosis, and treatment options.
6 Reasons Why Ob/Gyns and Patients Need Midwives
Midwifery and obstetrics don’t need to be mutually exclusive disciplines. Here are 6 examples of how midwives and OBs can give complementary care that benefits patients.
PCOS and Infertility: Is a Breast Cancer Drug the Answer?
Letrozole, a breast cancer drug, was compared with clomiphene as a fertility treatment for women with polycystic ovary syndrome. Find out which drug performed best.
Image IQ: A Fetal Heart
Challenge your diagnostic skills: Anything notable in these images of a fetal heart?
Medicare Costs for Screening Mammos Have Soared: New Strategies Needed
Spending on screening mammography has increased 44% ($296 million) in 8 years, without a corresponding increased benefit of earlier detection of breast cancer.
Analysis Questions Use of Antibiotics for Group B Strep During Labor
Studies with poor methodology were the basis of giving prophylactic antibiotics to women in labor who are positive for group B Streptococcus, an analysis finds.
Microchips and Wireless Birth Control?
A novel birth control option is in the works, and it’s in the form of a microchip that, when implanted, could work for up to 16 years. The future is now, folks.
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