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Birth control can be confusing—even for those who have been using it since their teens. But if confusion is the cost of abundant contraceptive options, it’s a price most women will happily pay.
A new study shows that a drug given to some pregnant women to prevent severe respiratory ailments in preterm newborns reduces health care costs.
It’s long been assumed that women who get pregnant on birth control pills somehow erred. But a new study suggests some women may inherit genes that break down contraceptive hormones more rapidly.
Egg-freezing startups have a lot of women talking. Dr. Lisa Becht of Columbia University’s Fertility Center weighs in on what to know
Source:InsiderJanuary 17, 2019
In November 2018, a research letter published in JAMA Pediatrics offered some encouraging news: Between 2002 and 2016, the use of alcohol and cigarettes during pregnancy has declined.
Source:Popular ScienceJanuary 10, 2019
Zev Williams has heard all of the reasons couples might blame themselves for the devastating loss of a pregnancy: stress at work, a ski trip, lifting something heavy.
Source:PopSugarJanuary 7, 2019
If you're thinking about getting pregnant and are already worried about everything you need to know and prepare for, just remember to relax and breathe.
- January 5, 2019
Information on the 1 train service suspension at 168th Street and mass transit alternatives.
- January 3, 2019
Fulgent Genetics and the Precision Genomics Laboratory, in collaboration with the Department of Ob/Gyn announced a partnership to make on-site expanded carrier screening available.
Source:GlamourDecember 13, 2018
Female-led start-ups are making fertility testing easier than ever. Can the trendy new packaging help women predict their future fertility, or does all that data fuel more baby-making fears?
- December 6, 2018
The Department of Ob/Gyn at Columbia University Irving Medical Center convened a panel of experts to discuss the role of race in women’s health, including racial disparities in obstetric outcomes.