Charging by the pound is great for produce but not so great for babies.
New research highlights a way to reduce the rate of unintended pregnancies, but it requires two changes to current policy.
Clinicians conducting breast examinations who don’t apply enough force during palpation risk missing deeper lesions.
QUIZ: These 5 questions will gauge your general knowledge of how heart disease impacts women.
POLL: As a busy clinician, balancing work life and home life and personal time generally means that something gives. Is it your sleep?
Research in Denmark showed that elective inductions beginning at 37 weeks' gestation were associated with improved outcomes in babies.
Another option for long-term reversible contraception has been approved, but this one will be available to many public health clinics as well.
QUIZ: These images are from a young woman with pelvic pain. What do you see?
A peer support telephone program manned by volunteers and run by nurses showed promise in reducing symptoms of postpartum depression.
Women with hot flashes related to menopause carry the burden of these symptoms, but new research highlights the economic toll if left untreated.
Michael James McCoy, MD, the new Chief Health Information Officer at the ONC, offers tips and insight into how Ob/Gyn and health IT intersect.
Women taking compounded bioidentical hormones for symptoms of menopause don't know as much as they should about the therapy.
POLL: Many women consider their OB/GYN their primary care provider. But like your primary care counterpart, do you carry a stethoscope?
Genetic testing for ovarian or endometrial cancer isn't recommended for everyone. Find out here which patients should be referred for testing.
Ilene Gewirtz, MD, discusses her comprehensive approach to well visits and cancer screens and says education, if not expanded services, is key.