Authors compared adverse events for abortions performed by OBGYNs to those performed by other types of physicians and did not find them to be different.
In the latest Editor's Choice, authors examined whether those who gave birth for the first time at age 35 or older had a greater risk of cardiovascular disease after age 42.
In a new Editor's Note, members of the editorial board and staff of Women’s Health Issues describe how the journal approaches racism and other forms of discrimination and steps its staff and board are taking to advance equity.
WASHINGTON, DC (March 21, 2022)—Uninsurance after postpartum Medicaid insurance coverage expires—a phenomenon known as insurance churn—can leave women with limited access to care at a time when they need it.
Women's Health Issues welcomes to its editorial board two new members with expertise in multiple aspects of women's health: Ndidiamaka Amutah–Onukagha, PhD, MPH, and Kristin M. Mattocks, PhD, MPH.
The Editorial Board recognized two winning manuscripts and four honorable mentions for 2021.
Authors found that women sex workers who experience violence by intimate partners were more likely to select contraceptive methods they could use without the involvement or knowledge of partners.
Authors examined whether community college students know about low-cost options for contraception.