Treating anemia early with iron replacement therapy can significantly improve quality of life in women with heavy menstrual bleeding, new research finds.
Sarah Bruyn Jones
Breast tomosynthesis may be worth the extra cost to patients for breast cancer screening. Research shows the 3D technology finds more invasive cancers earlier.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and a major depressive episode during pregnancy are predictors of preterm delivery, independent of SRI or benzo use.
New study results may alleviate concerns about use of antipsychotics in pregnancy. However, higher doses often mean more problems for baby.
Chemo after surgery for ovarian cancer is the standard of care, but new research discovers that many women, particularly older women, are undergoing chemo before surgery.
The extent and timing of maternal depression is being underestimated, according to new research, highlighting the need for improvement in maternal depression screening.
New research may have found a way to better predict whether women with threatened preterm labor are in true labor or false labor.
The highest rates of cervical cancer occur in women aged 65 to 69, according to new estimates. This suggests that screening guidelines may need to be reconsidered.
Is labor induction or expectant management better in term or post-term pregnancies? The findings from a new meta-analysis offer some insight.
New research finds that obstetricians may be overlooking an at-risk group for implementing stillbirth prevention strategies.