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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.

Exposure to two common phenols, parabens and triclosans, may disrupt the growth of boys in utero and during their first years of life.

Just in case your patients ever ask, wearing a bra is in no way associated with breast cancer risk.

Magnesium sulfate has its uses, but it's ineffective for delaying or preventing preterm birth; also, using it as a tocolytic could spell trouble for baby.

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.

Pregnant teens are more likely to engage in pica, a behavior characterized by compulsive cravings for nonfood items. Anemia may have something to do with it.

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