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Zika infection in pregnancyPregnant women are worried, and their concern is warranted. Here is what we know now and what’s being done about this health crisis.
Is surgical training in ob/gyn residency adequate?With more procedures to master and less time to do so, are residents getting enough surgical training?
Taking Sides: Should ob/gyns prescribe flibanserin for their patients?A look at the pros and cons of this new drug for women with low sexual desire.
Rising preterm birth rates: Time to double down on our effortsSeven strategies to fight the rising tide.
Was this pregnancy termination properly managed?The plaintiff’s lawyers alleged that the defendants caused the perforation during the D & C, failed to recognize it intraoperatively, and failed to repair it at the time.
ACOG Guidelines: Urinary Incontinence in WomenAn expert commentary on the recently published ACOG Practice Bulletin #155.
Your lettersReaders weigh in on the best forceps for a Scanzoni rotation and the reasons behind our high cesarean rate.
Should birth control be OTC?Some states are implementing dispensing laws, and others may follow suit. What does this mean for access?
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