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Covid-19 Moms at Higher Risk for Preterm Labor, Study Suggests

Pregnant women worldwide continue to worry about catching Covid-19 and passing the virus to their unborn baby. Each day we learn more, but much remains unknown about the coronavirus’s effects on pregnant women and babies.

Covid-19 Moms Are at Higher Risk for ICU Admission and Complications

Women are at a higher risk of severe complications if they acquire Covid-19 during pregnancy compared with non-pregnant women.

Most Babies Born to Covid-19 Moms Do Well

The new data shows that babies born to women with Covid-19 demonstrate no increase in low birth weight, difficulty breathing, apnea, or respiratory infections through the first eight weeks of life.

Daily Aspirin; This Simple Solution Saves Pregnant Women’s Lives

We can reduce the risk of preeclampsia by encouraging the daily low-dose aspirin in women who have an increased risk for high blood pressure in pregnancy

Another Step Forward to Addressing Women’s Cardio Health Inequalities

MINOCA, or myocardial infarction with non-obstructive coronary arteries, a condition that accounts for 6 to 15 percent of heart attacks and is 3 times more common among women than men with heart attack

Labor Induction; What Pregnant Women Want to Know

Get my baby out! As the due date approaches, the back pain, hip pain, insomnia, and fatigue add up....

Preparing for: Cesarean Delivery (C-Section)

Prepare yourself for a C-Section by learning more about what the procedure entails.

Preparing for: Abdominal Hysterectomy

Prepare yourself for a Robotic Hysterectomy by learning more about what the procedure entails.

The Importance of Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women worldwide. While more commonly associated with women, it can also affect men

Oriahnn; A Drug to Stop Heavy Periods for Women With Fibroids

Oriahnn™ comes packaged as a daily oral medication giving women the options to avoid surgery, procedure, or a birth control method.

Galactorrhea or Milky Nipple Discharge in Women

Galactorrhea is a discharge of milk or a milk-like secretion from the breast in women who aren't breast feeding or in women six months post-partum.

Five Things Your Nipples May be Trying to Tell You

Nipples can act as an early warning system for a host of breast related problems. Here are five potential issues that can affect your breasts and how these will affect your nipples.

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Understanding Hormones: the roles of Estrogen and Progesterone

How Estrogen and Progesterone levels affect women. These hormones play a key role in pregnancy and are also present in men.

Pregnancy and HIV

A diagnosis of HIV does not mean you can't have children. But you can pass HIV to your baby during the pregnancy, while in labor, while giving birth, or by breastfeeding

Trichomoniasis: A Common Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI)

While not as common as HPV, chlamydia, and herpes, this less well-known infection affects 174 million people infected around the world each year.