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About 600,000 women undergo hysterectomies annually and 11% of these women are operated on with a method known as morcellation, where tissue is cut into small pieces that can be excised through small incisions. The New York Times reports, however, that this method may not be safe according to data published...
Some parents are concerned that having their children, particularly their female children, vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV) will lead children to engage in more sexually risky behaviors but a new study in Pediatrics has shown that this belief is unsupported. USA Today reports that the study...
The New York Times reports that after facing criticism after a September 2013 ruling, the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology has uplifted a ban stating that Ob/Gyn physicians cannot treat men. The original directive was instated to “protect patients and the integrity of the specialty because...