Whooping cough can equal hospitalization for a baby, so why aren't more hospitals promoting Tdap vaccines and offering preventive measures on their websites?
How's this for a unique way to offer certain fertility benefits as an employee incentive?
Women who perceive being pressured by clinicians to have a labor induction or c-section are more likely to undergo the intervention even if medically unnecessary.
High doses of vitamin D, which is an immune booster, aren't protective against bacterial vaginosis in women at high risk for STDs.
In this blog, one OB/GYN discusses her move from a hospital staff physician to a solo private practice, a decision that hasn't come without costs.
PTSD and preterm birth are associated, so knowing your patients' mental health history, particularly when symptoms were last present, is important.
Challenge your diagnostic skills: Is everything fine with this third trimester pregnancy?
A common epilepsy medication is not safe during pregnancy and could lead to developmental problems in children.
There are all kinds of babies in this world.
Two studies show that the emotional impact of uterine fibroids is significant but support is lacking, especially in African American women.
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.
How much does ospemifene really help in the improvement of sexual function in postmenopausal women? David Portman, MD, discusses new study findings.
Voters in North Dakota sent a clear message that health care decisions, from pregnancy to end-of-life care, must involve only patients and their physicians.
New research sheds light on a cost-effective way to improve breast cancer detection rates in women with dense breasts.
The outbreak of Ebola in West Africa rightly has become a world health crisis. But there are other casualties of the outbreak that we don't hear much about.