This article, Promoting Risk Identification and Reduction of Cardiovascular Disease in Women Through Collaboration With Obstetricians and Gynecologists, originally published 12 Jun 2018 provides excellent information for women who are concerned about their current and future health.
Managing breast problems in the current medical-legal climate can be a particularly harrowing task, especially when considering that nearly 60% of breast cancer-related litigation stems from a delay in diagnosis.
Millie Dawson writes an excellent article to encourage OB/Gyne practitioners to take appropriate steps to help every patient feel valued and welcome.
Endometriosis is common among women of reproductive age. An estimated 11% of women in the United States may have endometriosis.
This article appears in the December 2018 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
Lucas Franki writes an interesting article in the December 2018 edition of Ob.Gyne.News.
Yoga may be useful for incontinent women in the community who lack access to incontinence specialists, are unable to use clinical therapies, or wish to enhance conventional care.
SOURCE: Huang AJ et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2018 Oct 26.
Jeff Craven has written an interesting article in Ob.Gyne.News about shorter interpregnancy intervals and the possibility of adverse outcomes.
This article, written by Gretchen Reynolds and appearing in the November 25 issue of the New York Times Magazine discusses the link between breathing through the nose (instead of the mouth) and brain activity.