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Do you still advocate sperm washing for serodiscordant couples who want to have children?
The American College of Rheumatology has issued updated guidance on managing glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis in adults and children.
In Practice blogger Alexandra Godfrey, PA-C, tells her story of leaving the emergency room against medical advice — and how the experience changed her life.
An estimated 1 in 20 pregnancies with possible Zika infection in U.S. territories results in birth defects, according to an analysis of hospital records in MMWR.
Weight loss and several measure of cardiovascular risk were similar in both groups.
The updated guideline recommends a 5-year course of bisphosphonate or denosumab as initial therapy.
Predominance of non-Lactobacillus bacteria correlated with lower levels of vaginal tenofovir and reduced prophylactic efficacy of tenofovir-based microbicidal gel.
Many factors influence refugees' health status and ability to access and engage in U.S. medical systems.
Weight-loss surgery can have lasting ramifications for contraception, pregnancy, and bone health.
Be prepared to prevent or delay pregnancy and maintain bone health.
New guidance from ACOG clarifies how adnexal masses should be triaged.
A new guideline suggests that dietary and supplemental calcium intakes lower than 2500 mg daily don't affect CV risk.
Evidence-based guidance has been developed by the National Partnership for Maternal Safety.
HIV-discordant couples — in which only one partner is HIV-infected — have several options for attempting to conceive while minimizing the uninfected partner's risk.
Many commonly used antibiotics seem associated with increased risk for spontaneous abortion, according to a case-control study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
Blogger Harrison Reed offers solutions to curing a toxic healthcare workplace, beginning with how clinicians interact with patients.
USPSTF continues to recommend that women be screened for hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
International consensus suggests that, with expert imaging, rates of surgery for asymptomatic benign adnexal masses can be lowered.