For women with congenital heart disease, the risk of pregnancy and delivery complications isn't as high as expected, new research shows.
Sarah Bruyn Jones
Pressure isn't always a bad thing, researchers have found when exploring ways to minimize pain during mammograms without reducing image quality.
What does a cholesterol medication have to do with uterine fibroid tumors? New animal research explains one drug's effect on uterine leiomyoma cells.
Whooping cough can equal hospitalization for a baby, so why aren't more hospitals promoting Tdap vaccines and offering preventive measures on their websites?
PTSD and preterm birth are associated, so knowing your patients' mental health history, particularly when symptoms were last present, is important.
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.
Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) made an unexpected finding when evaluating racial disparities in dying from childbirth.
A new app, called ADNEX, helps distinguish between benign and malignant ovarian tumors, potentially improving triage and management decisions.
Morbidity measures used to evaluate obstetric quality care at hospitals don't sufficiently identify areas of care that actually need improvement.
Women who consume fried foods more than 7 times a week pre-pregnancy are more likely to have gestational diabetes when they become pregnant.