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Elective Cesarean Section Risks Outweigh Benefits

A new review states that cesarean section is associated with increased risks to both mother and child, and should only be performed when it is clearly advantageous.  More...
31 Aug 2015

Fetal ECG Readings Offer No Advantage During Labor

A new technology that provides electrocardiogram readings of the fetus heart during the birth process offers no advantages over conventional monitoring, according to a new study.   More...
25 Aug 2015

Gastric Bypass Lowers Women's Alcohol Tolerance

Women who underwent gastric bypass surgery for weight loss are twice as susceptible to alcohol, according to a new study.   More...
25 Aug 2015

Universal Iodine Supplementation Recommended During Pregnancy

Giving all pregnant women iodine supplements, even in mildly iodine deficient countries, could result in huge cost savings for health care systems and society in general, according to a new study.   More...
18 Aug 2015

Unsuccessful Fertility Treatments Not Linked With Depression

A new study reveals that unsuccessful fertility treatment is not linked with an increased risk of clinically diagnosed depression.   More...
12 Aug 2015

Invasive Breast Cancer Death Rates Are Falling

A new analysis has found that since 1988, breast cancer-specific mortality has fallen by nearly one-third.   More...
04 Aug 2015

Prenatal Testing Can Detect Cancer in Mothers

A new study suggests that noninvasive prenatal testing for genetic anomalies could identify occult, previously undiagnosed maternal malignancies.  More...
27 Jul 2015



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