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Image: An intrauterine balloon tamponade device (Photo courtesy of Alpha Image).

Intrauterine Balloon Tamponade Improves Hemorrhage Control

A new study shows that using an intrauterine balloon is associated with a significantly lower need for invasive procedures for hemorrhage control in women following vaginal delivery. More...
11 Jan 2018
Image: A new study suggests heavier women may require more frequent mammograms (Photo courtesy of Shutterstock).

Overweight Women May Need More Frequent Mammograms

A new study suggests that women with higher body mass index (BMI) may need shorter intervals between mammography screening exams. More...
14 Dec 2017
Image: A new study shows the majority of women prefer a mammogram every year versus every two years (Photo courtesy of Thinkstock).

Most Women Prefer Yearly Mammograms

Women prefer to get their mammograms every year, instead of every two years, according to a new study. More...
06 Dec 2017
Image: A new study claims breastfeeding does not seem to reduce allergy susceptibility (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).

Breastfeeding Offers No Reduction of Asthma and Allergies Risk

A new study claims that breastfeeding might in fact increase the risk of developing hay fever and eczema, while not having any clear effect on asthma. More...
30 Nov 2017
Image: A new study shows epidural analgesia does not alter pregnancy outcomes (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).

Epidural Anesthetic Does Not Slow Labor Progress

Maintaining epidural infusion has no effect on the duration of the second stage of labor when compared with a placebo infusion, according to a new study. More...
26 Oct 2017
Image: The Percept system helps women track their fertility window (Photo courtesy of EarlySense).

Contact-Free Ovulation Tracker Detects Fertility Window

An under-the-mattress device provides users with information and predictions on their ovulation, menstruation, sleep patterns, vital signs, and stress levels. More...
18 Oct 2017
Image: A new study claims high fluoride intake during pregnancy can impair a child’s IQ (Photo courtesy of Shutterstock).

Excessive Maternal Fluoride Levels May Lower Child IQ

High prenatal fluoride exposure during pregnancy is associated with poorer scores on tests of cognitive function in offspring, according to a new study. More...
12 Oct 2017
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