Preventing and Treating Community-Acquired Pneumonia: A Focus on Men

Not only are men less likely than women to see healthcare providers, but they are also more likely to die from pneumonia and influenza-related illnesses.

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: A Review

In nonpregnant women, deviations in menstrual flow that exceed patient-perceived normal quantity, duration, regularity, or frequency are considered to be abnormal uterine bleeding.

Emergency Contraception: What Pharmacists Need to Know

Emergency contraception, also referred to as the morning-after pill, has been used to prevent unintended pregnancies since the 1960s.

Prevalence of Infertility and Its Treatment Among Women

Fewer than 50% of women who could benefit from medical/behavioral services related to infertility receive such services.

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