It is estimated that preeclampsia and related hypertensive disorders leads to more than 75,000 maternal and about 450,000 newborn deaths annually all over the world. An article published in Nature’s Journal revealed that preeclampsia is a poorly. . . .
Adolescent girls are at high risk for reporting more depressive symptoms when taking oral contraceptives because puberty is a phase where teens have lots of challenging emotional issues to deal with. It is especially important to monitor how they are. . . .