A Monash University accountancy specialist is developing a data set that could help families make more informed choices about the potential success rates of IVF treatment
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Currently, there are few published data regarding knowledge, attitude, and practice of cervical cancer screening in urban region of Nepal. But decidedly fewer studies are there to identify the barriers to women primarily living in rural part.
In order to increase the cervical cancer screening uptake, it is essential to know knowledge, attitude and possible obstacles and address such problems by the policymakers.
Vaccination against the human papillomavirus (HPV) is highly protective against precancerous cervical lesions in adolescents and young women compared with placebo, especially those who are negative for HPV at the time of vaccination, a systematic Cochrane review concludes.
The health guide called, "So What Is A Vulva Anyway?" has been commissioned by the British Society for Pediatric and Gynecology (BritSPAG). Statistics show that since 2015, the number of women undergoing cosmetic genital surgery has risen by 45%.
Women with a history of kidney stone formation are at elevated risk of gestational diabetes and preeclampsia, new findings suggest.
AI allows individualized predictions for expectant mothers and newborn children. The aim of the individual recommendations is a positive experience for the user combined with the activity that is beneficial for the glucose level.
Medical researchers have found that hormone therapy (HT) use was associated with a reduction in vertebral fracture risk. A new study shows these same benefits may also guard against a woman's risk of developing hyperkyphosis, an exaggerated curvature of the spine that creates a forward-stooped posture.
The present study is the first to use the genome editing to elucidate the function of genes in human embryos, which could provide a better insight of early human development, transform IVF technique and describe pregnancy failures. The study was carried by the researchers from the Francis Crick Institute, together with the colleagues of Oxford University, Cambridge University, the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Seoul National University and Bourn Hall Clinic. It was funded by the UK Medical Research Council, Wellcome and Cancer Research UK.
Preeclampsia condition is seen during pregnancy. Here the blood vessels around the uterus constrict result in symptoms including high blood pressure, kidney damage, swelling, and headaches.
According to Penn State researchers, preeclampsia during pregnancy may permanently alter the blood vessels, and boost their lifelong risk for cardiovascular disease.