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Women may not know they have osteoporosis until they fracture a bone. Early testing for osteoporosis can help them get effective treatment to reduce risk.
Doctors working in the field of women's health should be prepared to listen to all concerns presented by patients & take a holistic approach to their care.
IVF is much more successful than intrauterine insemination, another commonly used fertility procedure. Unlike IUI, it can help treat almost any type of infertility problem.
Breast & lung cancer screening programs have led to diagnoses at an earlier stage. AI-deep learning systems improve on those results by reducing diagnostic errors.
Although it's improving, most insurance coverage for infertility treatment doesn't match that provided for other conditions. Here's what you need to know.
The results of studies examining the impact of antioxidants and free radicals on health are mixed showing benefits and harm for both.
In the 41 years since Louise Brown, the first test-tube baby was born there have been many advances in the infertility field. Here are 41 of them.
Intrauterine Insemination, a fertility procedure in which sperm are placed directly into the uterus using a catheter passed through the cervix, is the right choice for some. Here's why.
The bacterial anti-adhesion activity of proanthocyanidins (PAC) aids in preventing UTIs and reducing antibiotic use.
Most people don't know what is involved in egg freezing. Before pursuing this path to a delayed pregnancy, consider a discussion with a fertility expert.
Geriatric pregnancies (women 35 & older), are becoming more common. Even though they're at higher risk, many result in healthy pregnancies & normal births.
Routine, rigorous fetal heart rate monitoring training is key to ensuring good outcomes for moms and babies during labor and delivery.