From the Journals
The trial was not large enough to examine the effect of MRI screening on breast cancer–specific or overall mortality.
Research published by Washington University’s Center for Advanced Studies in Adaptive Systems (CASAS) describes a technology that aims to help...
WASHINGTON – Dr. Robert E. Ratner and Dr. Kim Boggess expound on the evidence base for using metformin and give their takes on postpartum clinical...
Areas of care out of our comfort zone should not prevent us from giving well-rounded and informed care.
Access to contraception is not equal. This is especially true in states with a shortage of health care providers and barriers to...
WASHINGTON – “The metabolic stress of pregnancy can uncover underlying susceptibilities.” – Deborah B. Ehrenthal, MD...
VANCOUVER – Two randomized trials show a reduction in prescribed opiates decreases postoperative usage with no loss...
When we studied the knowledge and practice of e-cigarette use among pregnant women in one of our outpatient practices, we found that 43% of more...
How ob.gyns. navigate conversations with patients around substance use remains crucial to delivery of the best possible prenatal care.
Screening for cannabis use in pregnancy is important, but it is key to maintain patients’ trust and their commitment to prenatal care.
What do results from the Women’s Health Initiative’s 18-year follow-up study reveal?
Dr. Manson is Professor of Medicine...