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In honor of Women’s History Month, 11 women from across NewYork-Presbyterian share how they’re working to improve health care and how their patients inspire them.
Whether you find yourself meticulously tracking your cycle or experimenting with different sex positions, trying to get pregnant can lead to a lot of lifestyle changes.
Celebrities are calling attention to the bloating that can occur while undergoing fertility treatments — and why invasive questions about it need to stop.
#BehindtheMask is a series that spotlights the faculty, staff, and trainees in Columbia University Irving Medical Center’s Department of Ob/Gyn.
After years of trying to expand her family, Myka Meier is finally preparing for her new addition.
The number of women in the United States who died during pregnancy or shortly after giving birth increased sharply during the first year of the pandemic.
Lisa O’Brien fell ill just after arriving home in Utah following a Hawaiian vacation in March 2020.
As more people wait to have children until they're older, many turn to assisted reproductive technology to become parents.
When you're trying to become pregnant or hoping to avoid it sans hormones, simply winging it probably won't get you the results you're hoping for.
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center is pleased to welcome Uma M. Reddy, MD, MPH as our new Vice Chair of Research.