If someone is watching, clinicians will wash their hands. But what happens when big brother isn’t there?
Obstetricians: Want to know what your patients wish you had told them before delivery? We surveyed a group of moms and are sharing the top 10 responses.
Studies with poor methodology were the basis of giving prophylactic antibiotics to women in labor who are positive for group B Streptococcus, an analysis finds.
New recommendations against routine pelvic exams in adult women with no symptoms have been issued by the American College of Physicians. What do you think?
Use of an intravaginal ring with a pod to drug tablets may provide protection against HIV—that’s the hope, at least. Read on to find out how monkeys responded.
The rate of sexual assault among female veterans is high, and the criminal act has pronounced associations with infertility, abortion, and childlessness.
Sexual violence on college campuses may be more prevalent than you think. Are you asking patients the right questions about their sexual health?
Miscarriage and stillbirth can occur in pregnant women with Haemophilus influenzae infection. Here, new data quantify the risk and reveal which bacteria type poses the most threat.
Navigating the complexities of privacy in the adolescent gyn patient can be tricky. Here, Deborah Ottenheimer, MD, a specialist in adolescent gynecology, shares her protocol for providing confidential medical care to teen patients.
Of the 8 cases of listeriosis that have been confirmed in this latest outbreak, 5 of the cases were related to pregnancy, underscoring the importance of food safety in pregnant women.