Changes in a woman’s cycle may result from any number of conditions, from dietary and lifestyle factors to chronic illness. During Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness week
FACTS Ambassadors are medical or health professional students and residents from across the country (and the world!) who desire to learn more about fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs)
As we conclude American Diabetes Awareness Month, we are featuring a 2005 research study published in the Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. Janice Prescod
We are featuring research that compares varying presentations of menstrual disturbances across several common endocrine disorders, including diabetes, (PCOS), hyperprolactinemia, and thyroid disorders.
November is American Diabetes Awareness Month and November 17th marks World Prematurity Day – a day observed internationally to raise awareness of preterm babies and the concerns of their families.
Doree Morison, an Internal Medicine and Pediatrics resident and former participant in the FACTS elective, interviewed a woman who had been taking hormonal