Will this be the home pregnancy test of the future?
A new report by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology has shown a shift in women's preferences for the number of embryos transferred.
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.
Treatments to remove precancerous cervical lesions don't seem to affect a woman's ability to become pregnant, new research found.
Even in a surgical setting, 3D technology can draw a crowd.
From surgical staplers to birthing simulator updates, 2014 brought many new innovations for obstetrics and gynecology.
Addressing the emotional component of a patient's diagnosis isn't often feasible, but these tools can help patients with this important aspect of healing.
A simple device may make blood draws and IV placement easier for fearful patients, or for patients with difficult-to-feel veins.
A GnRH agonist for an oocyte maturation trigger may be most useful in cases where pregnancy isn't the immediate goal, a new meta-analysis finds.
Pressure isn't always a bad thing, researchers have found when exploring ways to minimize pain during mammograms without reducing image quality.