The system's design prevents leakage to ensure safety.
A retrospective case study in Brazil examines whether the Zika virus has ties to a birth defect other than microcephaly. Also, the USPSTF issues recommendations on screening for genital herpes. Plus: Does soy reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease in women with PCOS?
Different interventions are appropriate for different patients.
Demand for prolapse surgery is increasing and techniques are evolving.
A study questions the existing guidance saying only women over 65 years who have risk factors should be screened for cervical cancer. Also, do placental syndromes increase the risk of cardiovascular disease? Plus: A look at Gardisil 9's safety profile.
Two cases illustrate how jury verdicts and awards to plaintiffs may differ drastically in medical malpractice trials.
Are two balloons better than one?
A new study looks at the impact of hormone replacement therapy on preventing Alzheimer's. Plus: Are breast density readings actually accurate?
With more procedures to master and less time to do so, are residents getting enough surgical training?
Bilateral salpingectomy should be considered in patients who are already undergoing hysterectomy for other indications.