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A big concern among young women planning to get abortions is whether or not it will impact their fertility in the future. As long as there are no complications during the procedure, a woman can become pregnant again almost immediately…

Question Can an app replace your patients’ birth control? Response from Zara Risoldi Cochrane, PharmD, MS (January 08, 2019)[medscape.com] Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions; Director, Center for Drug Information & Evidence-Based Practice, Omaha, Nebraska…

An article, published by NPR, reported on a study in the journal Lancet which was conducted by the University of California, San Francisco and 40 Planned Parenthood facilities in 15 states. The study sought to test the hypothesis that educating…

An article published by the Guttmacher Institute and reported in the Washington Post, cites the enactment of 70 abortion restricting measures in 22 states since 2013, 43 in 2012 and 92 in 2011. A three sum greater than the total…

A study conducted by Gallop and reported in May, found that for the first time in seven years the majority of Americans consider themselves pro-choice, by a rate of 50% to 44%; among women the rate increased to 54%. An…

  The House of Representative’s passed an antiabortion bill, HR7 , No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act, on the 42 Anniversary of Roe v Wade.  The bill seeks to restrict insurance companies that offer coverage through the Affordable Care Act…

The study published in JAMA Psychiatry on May 8, 2013 found that children whose mothers contracted influenza (flu) during pregnancy had a four-fold increase in the risk of bipolar disorder. The risk was high if the mother had the flu…

An article published in the New York Times on November 13, 2013 described a low-cost instrument that an auto mechanic on Argentina invented to ease assisted vaginal delivery. It is being tested by the World Health Organization (WHO). If proven…

Rahmanian SD, Diaz PT, Wewers ME. Physicians at the Ohio State University have written a review article that discusses specific issues that are unique to women and tobacco use. Tobacco use is responsible for many diseases affecting women today, most…

An article published in Science Daily on 9/16/2013 states that women can lower their risk for gynecologic cancers. They gave the following four recommendations: Know your family history. Some breast and ovarian cancers as well as some colon and uterine…

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Pregnant After An Abortion

Pregnant After An Abortion

A big concern among young women planning to get abortions is whether or not it...

Smartphone Contraception

Smartphone Contraception

Question Can an app replace your patients’ birth control? Response from Zara Risoldi Cochrane, PharmD,...

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