Tag Archives: Women’s

Women’s World Cup Highlights Sex Differences – In Medical Research

United States’ Alex Morgan, right, is challenged by France’s Griedge Mbock Bathy during the Women’s World Cup quarterfinal soccer match between France and the United States at the Parc des Princes, in Paris, Friday, June 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) ASSOCIATED PRESS In 1998, Brandi Chastain gave the world an unforgettable moment in sports – and… Read More »

Medical Clinics of North America: Focus on Women’s Mental Health

The July edition of the Medical Clinics of North America focuses on Women’s Mental Health.  Editors Susan G. Kornstein and Anita Clayton have put together a great collection of articles from experts in our field.     Update on Reproductive Rights and Women’s Mental Health. Stotland NL.  Med Clin North Am. 2019 Jul;103(4):751-766.   Update on… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for JUNE 21, 2019: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

This week’s roundup features a slight variation on our weekly roundup.  Rather than having to plow through a long list of articles, they are now separated into categories.  We are all inundated with information these days; hopefully this will help to streamline your approach to what is now a burgeoning subspecialty.   Of note, the… Read More »

Honestly, The New Satiating Diet Might Be Even Better Than Keto For Weight Loss – Women’s Health

A new report in Scientific American says the satiating diet may be an easier way to lose weight than the keto diet. It consists of foods that provide high-nutrient-content while also being super filling and satisfying. According to one study, the satiating diet helped participants lose weight while feeling fuller. If you’ve tried the keto… Read More »

Brigham and Women’s finds doctors sleep more when hours are cut

Getting a good night’s sleep is important for everyone — including physicians. In 2011, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) set a limit on first-year resident physician shifts of 16 or fewer continuous hours of work. This policy change was based primarily on the results of studies comparing outcomes for first-year residents who… Read More »