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Image: Home testing for cervical cancer shows good correlation with PAP smears (Photo courtesy of QMUL)

Home Cervical Cancer Testing May Replace Pap Tests

A new study suggests that home screening could bring down the rates of cervical cancer and associated deaths. More...
18 Nov 2019
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Abdominal Surgery can be Undertaken Safely During Pregnancy

A new study concludes that abdominal surgery for non-obstetric pathology can be performed safely during pregnancy (if needed) without increase in maternal and fetal pathology, miscarriage, and preterm birth rates. More...
11 Nov 2019
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Image: Pediatric organizations warn against sharing breast milk (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).

Informal Sharing of Breast Milk Gains Popularity

Women unable to produce enough breast milk are increasingly practicing unsafe informal milk-sharing, according to a new study. More...
04 Nov 2019
Image: A new study suggests that headaches after epidural anesthesia could indicate brain-bleed (Photo courtesy of iStock).

Headache after Childbirth Epidural Could Indicate Subdural Hematoma

Women who experience headaches following neuraxial anesthesia prior to giving birth have a greater risk of developing intracranial subdural hematoma (ISH), according to a new study. More...
29 Oct 2019
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Episiotomy Reduces Severe Perineal Tears during Childbirth

Episiotomy during vaginal births assisted by forceps or vacuum delivery reduces obstetric anal sphincter injury (OASI), according to a new study. More...
28 Oct 2019
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Image: A new study claims that transplanting vaginal fluids could alleviate bacterial vaginosis (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).

Vaginal Fluid Transplantation Could Treat Intractable Vaginosis

Vaginal microbiome transplantation (VMT) from a healthy donor to women with recurrent bacterial vaginosis could restore the microbiome, claims a new study. More...
26 Oct 2019
Image: A new study suggests that early menopause entails a higher risk of cardiovascular disease (Photo courtesy of iStockPhoto).

Early Menopause Can Predict Heart and Vascular Disease

A new study suggests that women who reach menopause before the age of 50 have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). More...
17 Oct 2019
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