The Pharmacy Times® Women's Health Resource Center is a comprehensive resource for clinical news and expert insights on issues related to health conditions that affect women, including gynecological health and maternal health.
Human Embryo Models Research Paves Way for Nonhormonal Contraception
Investigators used SC144, an FDA-approved molecule, to find a new pathway for a generation of nonhormonal contraceptives.
Expert: Pharmacists Can Play a Huge Role in Educating Patients on Drugs Available for Sexual Health
Rachel Rubin, MD, an assistant clinical professor in urology at Georgetown University and a urologic surgeon, discusses some social and cultural aspects that may contribute to hypoactive sexual desire disorder going untreated in women.
Pharmacist’s Role Is Key in Counseling Patients
Experts discuss women's health and health care during the COVID-19 pandemic as part of the Pharmacy Times® Pharmacy Focus webcast series.
Study: Contraceptive Pill Can Cut T2D Risk in Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Expert: Reproduction, Sexual Health Have Not Yet Been Separated When Discussing Women's Health
Rachel Rubin, MD, an assistant clinical professor in urology at Georgetown University and a urologic surgeon, discusses some of the common practices for the treatment of hypoactive sexual desire disorder in women and men.
Study: Sleep Apnea During Pregnancy Is Linked to Risk of Hypertension, Metabolic Syndrome
Those with the disorder during gestation and who were examined 2 to 7-years after delivery had a more than 3-fold increased risk for incident high blood pressure, results of the analysis show.
Expert: ‘Biology Plays a Really Important Role in Sexual Health’ for Women, Men
Rachel Rubin, MD, an assistant clinical professor in urology at Georgetown University and a urologic surgeon, discusses whether hypoactive sexual desire disorder is associated with psychological and/or emotional components.
SCYNEXIS Announces Positive Results from Pivotal Phase 3 CANDLE Study
Oral ibrexafungerp, a fungicidal oral treatment to prevent recurrent vaginal yeast infections, achieved superiority over the placebo for the primary and key secondary study endpoints.
Study Finds Emergency Contraception Less Available in Some Rural Pharmacies
One out of every 4 pharmacists in Georgia said emergency contraception was not available at the store and ended the call.
Weight Gain During Pregnancy May Be Linked to Later Growth Patterns in Daughters
New study results show that rapidly adding pounds in the first and final months of gestation likely plays a key role in the development of excess fat tissue in female children and adolescents.
Selinexor Shows Statistically Significant Increase in Progression-Free Survival for Patients With Advanced, Recurrent Endometrial Cancer
Selinexor demonstrated a 37% increase in probability that patients treated with the drug will be in remission at 12 months.
Trametinib Presents Potential New Standard-of-Care for Low-Grade Serous Ovarian Carcinoma
Trametinib emerged as a novel therapeutic approach for low-grade serous carcinoma due to a high prevalence of activating mutations in the mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling pathway.
Pharmacist Moms: Coffee With Suzy - Episode 3
In the third episode of Coffee With Suzy, Suzanne Soliman, PharmD, BCMAS, spoke with Seena Haines, PharmD, BCACP, to share insights on improving self-care for women in pharmacy.
Daily OTC Pearl: Remifemin
Remifemin provides an alternative to hormone replacement therapy for the treatment of menopausal symptoms.
Daily OTC Pearl: OptiBalance
OptiBalance is a probiotic that helps at the start of menstruation to maintain a healthy balance.
Daily OTC Pearl: Estroven
Estroven can help reduce menopause symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats, and helps to manage daily stress.
Pharmacist Moms: Coffee With Suzy - Episode 2
Suzanne Soliman, PharmD, BCMAS, discussed alcohol abuse and when the pharmacist becomes the patient with Sherry Price, PharmD, MBA, APh, BCPS, pharmacist and creator of the Drink Less Lifestyle podcast and program.
Daily OTC Pearl: Cystex for Urinary Tract Infection
Cystex provides prophylaxis for urinary tract infections.
Study Finds COVID-19 Vaccination During Pregnancy Elicits Antibodies At Birth
The findings suggest that pregnant women should not delay COVID-19 vaccination until late pregnancy.
Study: Consuming Artificial Sweeteners During Pregnancy May Affect Baby's Microbiome, Obesity Risk
These results suggest that maternal diet during pregnancy can significantly affect obesity risk in children.
Daily OTC Pearl: Pamprin Multi-Symptom
Pamprin Multi-Symptom is a combination medicine used to treat the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.
Pharmacist Moms: Coffee With Suzy - Episode 1
In the first episode of Coffee With Suzy, Suzanne Soliman, PharmD, BCMAS, spoke with the main moderators of the Pharmacist Moms Group about the importance of women in pharmacy.
Pembrolizumab Plus Lenvatinib Show Promise in Advanced Endometrial Carcinoma
New trial results showed statistically significant improvements in overall survival and progression-free survival.
Pharmacy Focus Episode 39: Leadership and Charitable Services with Dr. Hillary Blackburn
Becoming involved in different charitable causes and leadership programs can only benefit pharmacists.
Maternal COVID-19 Infection Raises Risks of Low Birth Weight, Preterm Birth, and Stillbirth
Study results show that unvaccinated pregnant women with the disease are more likely to experience poor childbirth outcomes, even if they did not have severe respiratory problems.
FDA Approves MENTOR MemoryGel BOOST Breast Implant
Approximately 400,000 women undergo breast implant surgeries each year in the United States, and selecting an implant is an important and personal part of the process.
Daily OTC Pearl: Midol Complete
Midol treats painful menstruation, typically involving abdominal cramps.
Severity of Menopause Symptoms Can Affect Cognitive Performance
New study results suggest that severe depression and sexual dysfunction, in particular, can affect a woman's attention, language, orientation, recall, registration, and visuospatial skills.
Study: Breastfeeding Reduces Women’s Risk of CVD
These mothers are approximately 17% less likely to die from cardiovascular disease, 14% less likely to develop coronary heart disease, and 12% less likely to suffer a stroke, the data show.
Insurance Coverage for Pregnant Women Improves for ACA Medicaid Expansion
The data were used to evaluate effect of the ACA state Medicaid on insurance coverage, health care use, and health outcomes measured between 1 month prior to conception through 1 year postpartum, and neonatal outcomes within 27 days of birth.
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