Reproductive Health News
Born to run? Study suggests love of exercise starts in the womb Mar 31, 2016 Baylor College of Medicine researchers have discovered that female mice that voluntarily exercise during pregnancy have offspring that are more physically active as adults.
New research supports previous findings in the placental microbiome Mar 30, 2016 A new study has shed light on the role of bacteria in the placenta (or afterbirth) and its membranes that surround the fetus during pregnancy and preterm birth.
Understanding nutrition during pregnancy Mar 24, 2016 For pregnant women, nutrition is a key factor for their own health and that of their baby.
New research study goes against popular belief on "39-week" pregnancy rule Mar 10, 2016 New research suggests that babies delivered after elective induction at 37 to 38 weeks may not have an increased risk of adverse neonatal outcomes.
Study shows benefits of testosterone treatment in older men with low testosterone Feb 17, 2016 Baylor researchers part of study that shows improved sexual function, walking ability and mood after testosterone treatment in men age 65 and older.
Second trimester screening still necessary Sep 24, 2015 Pregnant women are not receiving screening for spina bifida in the second trimester of their pregnancies, and 11.4 percent of infants born with the defect in the neural tube are not identified before birth, according to a study.
Smartphone app for teens puts reliable health information at their fingertips Aug 5, 2015 A new app from the Baylor Teen Health Clinic puts healthcare information and resources at the fingertips of teens and young adults.
Facial hair brings awareness to unique medical approaches, treatments at Baylor College of Medicine Nov 14, 2014 The Movember and No-Shave November movements have men’s health in their crosshairs, and Baylor College of Medicine is doing its part to raise awareness by providing individualized, tailored approaches to prostate cancer screening and erectile dysfunction.
Study identifies new genetic cause of male reproductive birth defects Jun 1, 2014 Baylor team finds certain male reproductive birth defects resulted from a change in the number of copies of a gene, VAMP7.
Pertussis vaccination during pregnancy could protect infants during the period of highest vulnerability May 5, 2014 Newborns whose mothers received the tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccine during pregnancy received immunity from their mothers at birth and in their first few months of life.