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It is more effective to only vaccinate females against the human papillomavirus virus (HPV), women's health research has shown.
A team led by Johannes Bogaards of VU University in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, explained it is better to provide protection to the gender with the highest prevalence of the infection.
Women's health research has shown a laparoscopic hysterectomy can leave females with a better quality of life four years on than an abdominal procedure.
Most of the women who are referred to a tertiary recurrent miscarriage clinic in Denmark later give birth to a live child, maternal and newborn health research has shown.
Women in low-income areas in the US are more likely to be given incorrect sexual and reproductive health and rights advice about emergency contraception than those in wealthier neighbourhoods, a new study has revealed.
Researchers in Canada have argued HIV/Aids sufferers who are accused of not telling sexual partners about their infection should no longer be prosecuted.
A women's health study has discovered that having endometriosis - a condition in which pieces of endometrial lining grow outside of the womb - is associated with a higher risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease.
More than a third of female breast cancer patients given acelerated partial breast irradiation using brachytherapy (APBIb) were not suitable for this kind of treatment, new women's health research has revealed.
New maternal and newborn health research has investigated the differences between home and hospital birth practices.
Women who preferred going into labour in their own house with a midwife described feeling they were "doing something, rather than just lying there passively waiting".
Immediate antiretroviral therapy (ART) is better than deferring treatment among those who have recently been infected with HIV, a new study has revealed.
New maternal and newborn health research has revealed inhaled glucocorticoids used for the treatment of asthma during pregnancy do not lead to an increased risk of diseases among babies.