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Medical and Surgical Abortion Are Equally Effective

Virtually no difference exists between the effectiveness of medical and surgical abortions during the first trimester, according to a new study.  More...
22 Jun 2015

Cloud-Based Device Provides Continuous Fetal Monitoring

A wearable fetal monitor with smartphone-based technology helps physicians screen for symptoms that may lead to complications during pregnancy.  More...
15 Jun 2015
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Paracetamol Use During Pregnancy May Lower Fetal Testosterone

Prolonged paracetamol use by pregnant women may reduce testosterone production in their unborn baby boys, according to a new study.   More...
02 Jun 2015

Ovary Removal Cuts Breast Cancer Mortality Risk

Women with BRCA-positive breast cancer had a significantly lower risk of dying after prophylactic bilateral oophorectomy, according to a new study. More...
06 May 2015

Early Detection Device Improves Preeclampsia Screening

A new system improves screening for hypertension in pregnancy, reducing morbidity and mortality for both mother and fetus. More...
05 May 2015

Induced Labor Unassociated With Higher C-section Rates

A new study finds no link between labor induction and rates of C-sections in uncomplicated pregnancies of singleton babies at full term.  More...
29 Apr 2015

Blood Test May Trump Standard for Early Down Syndrome Screening

A new multicenter study provides landmark evidence that a blood test undertaken between 10 to 14 weeks of pregnancy may be more accurate in diagnosing Down syndrome, and two less common chromosomal abnormalities, than standard noninvasive screening techniques.  More...
15 Apr 2015



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