Changes in OB-GYN practices can improve sustainability and prevent waste.Read More
Surgeons and obstetrician/gynecologists can make a positive impact on healthcare’s carbon footprint.
Awareness and organizational pressure are needed to encourage the surgical equipment industry to develop tools with inclusivity in mind.
Work-related musculoskeletal disorders associated with poor ergonomics can have a significant, long-term impact on surgeons.
Dr. Tristi Muir first worked in women’s health at Cleveland Clinic during her dual fellowship in the early 2000s. Now she’s back to lead the women’s health institute, which includes general gynecology and obstetrics care along with 12 subspecialties.
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Common inoculations can protect women and babies from flu and Tdap illnesses, but fear and lack of accurate information often prevents pregnant women from getting vaccinated.
Midlife is an important window for intervention that may reduce cardiovascular disease risk in women. Holly Thacker, MD, comments on the importance of monitoring a woman’s reproductive aging process.
Already exhausted healthcare professionals are at heightened risk of psychological distress this winter. This article addresses the trends and offers tips for safeguarding mental health.
New fellowship programs in obstetrics and gynecology, Transgender Medicine and Surgery, and Maternal-Fetal Medicine, complement a robust and unique education offering.
Maternal-fetal medicine specialist Edward Chien, MD, MBA, shares new initiatives aimed at improving the health of pregnant women and delivering healthy babies:
Fetal-maternal medicine expert, Giancarlo Mari, MD, discusses opportunities in the field that may further improve infant mortality rates, including fetal intensive care.