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In the bowels of Midtown Manhattan, a trio of embryos sit in a vat of liquid nitrogen.
Columbia University Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology hosted the second annual New York City Regional Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) Course on Nov. 15.
The rates of simple hysterectomy for women with early-stage cervical cancer increased significantly in the U.S. between 2004 and 2014, according to new findings.
A new study identifies the types of physical and psychological stress during pregnancy that can have the greatest impact on fetal and child development.
Ten percent of all known pregnancies end in miscarriage. So why does the subject still feel so taboo?
tress, that feeling of unrelenting life pressure, gets under the skin and affects the body. There is ample evidence for this process, particularly with respect to chronic conditions.
The standard treatment to prevent women from having another preterm birth isn’t effective, according to the final results of a study. The finding has already led one group to revamp its guidelines.
Presenting the region’s premier physicians — in 55 specialties — as chosen by their peers.
Moms-to-be who undergo physical or mental stress during their pregnancies are less likely to have a boy and may also have a higher risk of preterm birth, according to a study.
More and more women are shelling out—both financially and psychologically—for trying-for-baby treatment add-ons.