Children with in utero exposure to cigarette smoke from mom or dad's smoking habit are predisposed to diabetes in adulthood.
QUIZ: These images are from a patient who has had a c-section. What do you see?
New research shows hot flashes last longer than once thought, and when they begin can indicate how long hot flashes will linger.
Women crave cigarettes more strongly during their periods, so waiting until after ovulation to quit may make the process slightly less difficult.
Illness impacts men and women differently, and a woman's personality type matters in how resistant she may be to mental illness.
Even brief use of hormone replacement therapy in menopause can increase risk of the 2 most common forms of ovarian cancer, a meta-analysis finds.
CMV is a viral infection that can have devastating effects on unborn babies. Do you educate your obstetric patients about CMV prevention?
Hormonal intrauterine devices (IUDs) and implants effectively prevent pregnancy at least 1 year beyond their approved duration of use.
Do these images of the fetal brain point to a congenital anomaly or something else?
Treatments to remove precancerous cervical lesions don't seem to affect a woman's ability to become pregnant, new research found.
Adolescent girls who receive the HPV vaccine are no more likely than unvaccinated girls to participate in risky sexual behavior.
Women with higher levels of endocrine-disrupting chemicals from both environmental and household exposure have an earlier onset of menopause.
Severe maternal morbidity is not always a sentinel event. Take this quiz to test your understanding of what constitutes an obstetric sentinel event.
The Joint Commission has revised its definition of sentinel event, causing confusion about how these events now relate to severe maternal morbidity.
Use of intracytoplasmic sperm injection in cases unrelated to male factor infertility may negatively affect outcomes, new research suggests.