More and more OB/GYN practices are supplementing their medical services with aesthetic services. New data show they are safe, but there's a caveat.
More and more OB/GYNs are eliminating obstetric care from their practice. So who will deliver all the babies if not for midwives?
Sheryl Kingsberg, PhD, professor of reproductive biology and psychiatry, explains how OB/GYNs can provide office-based sex therapy by telling patients these 5 things.
Ever notice a postmenopausal patient has a high estradiol level on lab tests? It may be an indicator that she's at risk for a sudden cardiac arrest.
It is now recommended that all adults, including pregnant women, get a flu shot. So how do you—or don't you—convince your more skeptical patients?
Ob/Gyns can help protect the health of postmenopausal women by reinforcing the message that micronutrients are important, especially in women as they age.
Obese children whose moms had gestational diabetes are about 6 times more likely to have diabetes or prediabetes than other obese children.
Black women born with low birth weight are at increased risk for the later development of type 2 diabetes mellitus, research shows.
As a specialty, Ob/Gyn seems immune to the so-called “July Phenomenon. But are your patients safe from the errors that eager first-years of other specialties may make?
If someone is watching, clinicians will wash their hands. But what happens when big brother isn’t there?