Twelve variables, mainly features of hyperactive or attentive behavior, tied to acetaminophen use.
Results from an umbrella review of observational studies showed highly suggestive or suggestive evidence for HIV and the presence of several physical health outcomes.
Novel noncontraceptive benefit seen for all intrauterine devices.
Although use of hormone therapy can have some protective effect on muscle mass in postmenopausal women, the benefit is small in the general population.
Supine or right lateral sleep position not tied to higher risk for composite of adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Women aged 50 to 59 years with BSO had treatment-associated decrease in all-cause mortality.
Overall prevalence of chronic hypertension 0.63%; rate more than twofold higher for black women.
Use of menopausal hormonal therapy for 5 years around the start of menopause may be associated with increased risk for breast cancer.
The US Preventive Services Task Force has issued final recommendations on the use of medications for primary prevention of breast cancer.
Non-Hispanic black, American Indian/Alaska Native women have higher PRMRs than all other groups.
Evidence on intervention effectiveness in improving uptake and retention of mothers and infants in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission care in HIV regimens is lacking.
Preoperative and postoperative process changes lead to faster recovery without increased pain.
Findings show long-term impact, regardless of current oral contraception use in adulthood.
AAP has long advised young people and pregnant or breastfeeding women not to use marijuana.
No significant beneficial or detrimental association seen in postmenopausal women.
Rates of marijuana use are especially high among men and women of reproductive age. How should physicians advise patients who are trying to conceive about marijuana?
Central, but not overall, obesity linked to obstructive coronary artery disease underlying stable chest pain.
Growth parameters similar to those for newborns of women with opioid use disorders during pregnancy.
Rectus abdominis muscle changes may contribute to problems with abdominoplasty outcomes.
In this retrospective study, researchers sought to determine the survival impact of reductions in total cumulative dose and early vs late dose reductions of third-generation adjuvant chemotherapy regimens in patients with early-stage breast cancer.