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Breast cancer screening and prevention: Results that matterRandomized controlled trials have established that mammography reduces breast cancer mortality. However, mammography is less effective in women with dense breasts.
ACOG Guidelines at a Glance: Diagnosis and management of benign breast disordersExpert commentary on Practice Bulletin #164: Diagnosis and Management of Benign Breast Disorders.
Hereditary cancers in gynecology:  What clinicians need to know
Hereditary cancers in gynecology: What clinicians need to knowThe contribution of hereditary cancer syndromes to many gynecologic malignancies has been increasingly recognized over the past decade. As they often serve as primary care providers, ob/gyns are uniquely positioned to help identify at-risk women before they develop cancer.
Young People Can Suffer from Sexual DysfunctionAlthough most young people have a healthy sex life, many—and particularly young women— may have one or more sexual dysfunction issues, according to results of health survey.
Impact of Delivery Type on Female Sexual Function ExploredThe route of delivery of a child does not have a long-term effect on female sexual dysfunction in primipara mothers, according to a study.
Condom Use Should Be Encouraged for All Women with BVWomen with bacterial vaginosis (BV) should be encouraged to use condoms with all acts of sex, according to a recent multicenter study.
Are there non-glycemic benefits of continuous glucose monitoring?A multinational randomized controlled trial indicates, for what may be the first time, that continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) may have health benefits that go well beyond control of maternal hyperglycemia. Plus: Does postmenopausal HT impact risk of stroke? Also: A study suggests that late puberty affects bone mineral density.
Elective single-embryo transfer: No longer elective
Elective single-embryo transfer: No longer electiveThe large body of evidence citing the effectiveness of IVF and recent advances promoting the safety of ART, including the widespread adoption of SET, have established IVF as a reasonable first-line alternative for many infertile couples rather than the treatment of last resort it was once regarded.
Flame retardants linked with infertilityA first-of-its-kind epidemiologic study shows a link between exposure to organophosphate flame retardants (PFRs) and infertility.
Do vitamin D levels affect ART outcomes?A recently published meta-analysis has found a relationship between a woman’s vitamin D levels and the success rate of assisted reproduction therapy (ART). Plus: Is progesterone effective in preventing preterm birth? Also: Results of a large cohort study show that women whose BMI is below or above normal before pregnancy may be at increased risk of complications or death associated with birth.

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