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A woman's pregnancy caused serious complication when she complained of stomach ache that was missed during her previous ultrasound tests.
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Average-risk, postmenopausal women overestimate their risk of ovarian cancer, but report low cancer worry, according to a study published in the March issue of the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology .
How I pray we don't get so numb to the endless nightmarish stories of Obamacare that we become fatalistic and resigned to its continued existence.
Texas' new abortion law requires doctors to follow a specific, federally approved protocol for abortions performed using drugs, in place of a more common method.
A new study published last week in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology has found that there is no connection between free birth control and promiscuity.
Demonstrators at a 2012 rally in New York protest the requirement that most employers provide insurance coverage for contraception and sterilization.
Certain women with vaginal prolapse are most likely to benefit from undergoing vaginal mesh surgery, a technique that has become controversial and is the focus of numerous lawsuits.
The master of Holles Street, Dr Rhona Mahony, has told an inquest she does not believe that a woman who waited 37 minutes for a blood transfusion had a heart attack as a result of a drop in blood volume.
Remember when your doctor told you to "feel your boobies" at least once a month in the shower to check for any changes? If you haven't heard this medical advice lately, it may be because the jury has long been out on whether self exams actually work to catch cancer and reduce breast cancer deaths.
Dr. Allison Rodgers has joined the nationally and internationally-recognized physician team at Fertility Centers of Illinois.
This summer, Gov. Martin O'Malley and public health leaders justly celebrated the fact that infant mortality in our state has been driven to a new record low.
Critics of free birth control programs have previously suggested that giving women free contraception will encourage them to engage in more risky sexual behavior.
A study from Northwestern Medicine has led to a new theory regarding the development and cause of endometriosis .
Only 50 percent of women discuss their reproductive health with medical providers, according to a recent study by the Yale School of Medicine.
Contact: Walter B. Hoye II, Issues4Life Foundation , 510-225-4055 ext 4 UNION CITY, Calif., March 10, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- According to the study " Change in Sexual Behavior With Provision of No-Cost Contraception ," published online Thursday, March 5th, 2014 by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, little evidence was ... (more)
This little guy arrived last week at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, where revenue-generating high-risk births have increased 19% in five years.