Many female baby boomers envision healthy aging in a way that differs from that of previous generations.
Women With Heart Disease Do Better With Female Doctors, Review Finds
The review found that women with cardiovascular disease have better outcomes with female physicians compared to male providers
Caring for widows in the aftermath of loss: Implications for nurse practitioners and midwives
The high rates of mortality from the Covid-19 pandemic are now creating even more widows and the mortality risk for widows almost doubles in the first 3 months following widowhood.
Peripartum Cardiomyopathy: Implications for WHNPs and Midwives
In the US, the incidence of PPCM is rising, possibly due to advanced maternal age, an increased rate of multifetal pregnancies secondary to modern fertility techniques, and increased recognition and awareness of the disease.
Pregnancy With Infertility Treatments May Increase Risk of Vascular Complications
Researchers advise clinicians to educate patients about the risks associated with ART when they provide pre-pregnancy counseling