Staying on top of your recommended vaccine schedule can protect you and your baby.
New research suggests maternal immunization has long-lasting benefits.
The ambitious study was discontinued, so the decades-long search for a solution continues.
Changes are temporary and have no effect on fertility, researchers say.
A new batch of research links the two bacteria, but safe sex practices are still most effective.
Infants born to vaccinated mothers are less likely to catch the virus, new study finds.
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Research on the mRNA COVID-19 shot finds it effective for women undergoing chemotherapy.
Research indicates that vaccines continue to work, helping both mother and child.
If you can't isolate, follow these tips to have safer sex during an infection.
A recent study shows a slight increase in cycle length.
Researchers are investigating the technology that fights COVID-19 for further uses.
The latest research adds to mounting evidence Pfizer and Moderna are safe for pregnant people.
With so much data flying around, it's time we got a year-end status update on the pandemic.
The CDC advises expectant women to get another dose for additional protection.
Americans ages 9 to 26 can be vaccinated against HPV—but what if you're older?
Pregnancy puts women at high risk for severe illness. Vaccination makes a difference.
Approved in 1946, this vaccine has saved lives for 75 years. Make sure to get one.
Numerous stressors can negatively affect male fertility, so don't let the virus be another one.
These hidden building blocks of immunity protect babies in their first months of life.
A leading OB-GYN discusses vaccine hesitancy, latest research and the benefits of vaccination.
Five universities will look at a growing number of reports on less-discussed side effects.
The virus can cause cervical cancer, but is there any reason that boys should get vaccinated?
Before COVID, a virus had already infected the globe. We might fix it the same way.
Despite the risk of severe illness and urging from the CDC, only 22% are fully immunized.
Enlarged lymph nodes are affecting test results for some immunized women.
Women are reporting irregular periods and fertility concerns after getting their COVID-19 shots.
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Circumstances keep changing now that we have vaccinations, so where do you begin?
The more readily we all accept the validity of this vaccine, the more lives we will save.
Reports that the doses are impacting menstruation raise old concerns about women’s health.
New guidelines say adults up to 45 years old can get the HPV vaccine. But is it worth it?