The latest Editor's Choice study examines whether maternal mortality risks mount when birthing people have multiple characteristics associated with higher risk.
A new supplement provides overviews of existing research on topics important to military women's health and identifies opportunities for change.
Authors found that Black women’s decisions about fibroid surgery were influenced by social and historical conditions as well as interactions with clinicians and social networks.
Clinicians, researchers, funders, and elected officials can all play roles in improving perinatal mental health for Latinas during a stressful time.
Achieving health equity for Black women and girls requires using a different form of policy analysis, commentary authors argue.