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Court Strikes Down Trump Administration Refusal of Care Rule

This week, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York struck down a Trump administration rule that would have allowed health care workers- ranging from physicians and nurses to receptionists and EMTs-  to deny patient care if it conflicted with their  personal religious or moral beliefs and would have allowed them to withhold referral to another provider with no such objections.

Irregular or Extra Long Periods May Portend a Shorter Life Span

Philadelphia, PA- Abnormal menstrual cycle characteristics- irregularity and extra-long cycle length- are associated with greater risk of mortality according to a study presented at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s 75th Scientific Congress and Expo.  In a prospective cohort study, researchers from Harvard and Tongji Medical College in China teamed up to analyze data on 93,775 women, followed for the years 1991 to 2013 as part of the Nurses Health Study II.

Early Life Exposures Impact the Odds of an Endometriosis Diagnosis

Philadelphia, PA--  New results from The Women’s Health Study: From Adolescence to Adulthood (A2A)  presented at ASRM’s 75th annual Scientific Congress and Expo reveal that in addition to having a hereditary component, the odds a young woman will be diagnosed with endometriosis are influenced by early life exposures, like whether or not she was  breastfed or if her parents smoked during pregnancy or around their children.

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