Medical experts discuss the clinical implications of the potential overturn of Roe v Wade for women’s health.
The FDA and EPA have issued advice on how much and what kind of fish to eat when pregnant or breastfeeding and in children.
Researchers compared maternal and perinatal outcomes in US pregnant patients with cirrhosis, noncirrhotic chronic liver disease (CLD), and without CLD.
Rates of anxiety and depression have increased during the pandemic and are linked to preeclampsia risk, making screening for mental health conditions at prenatal visits essential.
Established CVD risk factors account for 57% and 84% of the increased rate of CVD for patients with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy including preeclampsia and gestational hypertension.
In 2 minutes, the portable ATUSA system automatically scans the entire breast volume and provides 3D visualization of the breast tissue.
The study authors sought to examine whether adhering to the Mediterranean diet will lower the risk of preeclampsia, including in Black patients.
The likelihood of screening for postpartum depression was associated with negative COVID-19 experiences and higher interpersonal racism.
Sufficient circulating vitamin D concentration linked to lower risk for breast cancer in Hispanic/Latina women.
In 2012, 332 babies were born infected with syphilis. In 2021, that number had climbed nearly sevenfold, to at least 2268.
Vaccination within teratogenic window not linked to presence of congenital anomalies identified on ultrasonography.
Risks for asthma, eczema increased in offspring of pregnant women with work-related disinfectant use.
Clinicians should continue to counsel patients that false-positive results are an expected outcome of screening mammography. Age and breast density should be factored in when deciding the frequency of screening for average-risk women.
This review provides a concise overview of the diagnosis, management, complications, and prevention of endometriosis.
The researchers found that about 15% of the women had detectable levels of any cannabinoid, indicative of fetal cannabis exposure.
In this study, researchers evaluated the clinical features of group B streptococcal infections (GBS) in women who were pregnant, as well as neonatal outcomes associated with GBS infection.
Researchers evaluated the placental antibody transfer function between women with and without HIV infection and its relationship with compromised neonatal immunity.
Researchers delineate strategies to prevent weight gain and body composition changes among women during perimenopause and menopause.
Zhaoping Li, MD, PhD, offers tips on counseling women on diet and exercise strategies to prevent weight gain during perimenopause and menopause.
Maternal mortality rate was higher for non-Hispanic Black women vs non-Hispanic Whites and Hispanics, and increased with age.