Clinical pregnancy rate was lower for non-white women who underwent elective single embryo transfer.
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Symptoms during the menopausal transition appear to be worse in women with HIV.
One study finds increasing age has no effect, while another shows younger men have declining sperm quality.
Study suggests potential migration of endometrial cells to the brain.
Diets with high fat content could negatively affect fertility in both men and women.
Postmenopausal women experienced increased muscle strength, less muscle mass loss with vitamin D supplements.
Postmenopausal women with insomnia experienced less sexual satisfaction and frequency.
Initiating hormone therapy earlier in menopause may lower risk for later development of coronary heart disease.
One-third of women taking hormone therapy at menopause are using compounded hormones.
Women who reported recent abuse experienced more bother from menopausal symptoms.
Women demonstrate preference for oral estrogens for genitourinary menopausal symptoms.
Experiencing hot flashes earlier in life appears to be linked to poorer endothelial function in women.
An increasingly sedentary lifestyle has been linked to coronary calcification, regardless of exercise or traditional cardiovascular risk factors.
New data from two studies indicate that testosterone therapy is not associated with cardiovascular risks, which challenges recent FDA decisions.
Patients with hypertension, obesity or diabetes at age 45 years were diagnosed with heart failure more than a decade earlier than those without these risk factors.
Bariatric surgery was associated with lower risks for some pregnancy complications and outcomes, but higher risks for others.
Coupling a high-energy breakfast with a reduced-energy dinner improved glycemic control in people with type 2 diabetes.
Study shows napping may restore hormones associated with immune health, stress in sleep-deprived men.
Low vitamin D levels during childhood are linked with increased risk for subclinical atherosclerosis in adulthood.
Lowering blood pressure cut mortality and some cardiovascular events in patients with type 2 diabetes.
In older men, testosterone levels directly linked to sexual activity, desire.
Risk for death is 40% higher for women with type 1 diabetes than men with the disease.
MRI-based technique may aid in detection, evaluation of the disease.
Patients with diabetes were less likely to take their glucose-lowering medications after receiving a cancer diagnosis.
Despite recommendations, most Medicare beneficiaries with coronary heart disease don’t receive high-intensity statins.
American College of Physicians publish policy position paper with recommendations for improving quality of EHR documentation.
Favorable psychosocial factors in youth appear to benefit cardiovascular health of individuals later in life.
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