Reproductive Epidemiology

Reproductive Epidemiology is the study of reproduction-related morbidity, mortality, and other health issues in males and females. It investigates the distribution and causes of reproductive diseases in human populations. Epidemiology helps to better understand the cause of a medical condition and how it can be prevented, or its commonness in the population. Reproductive topics include pubertal development, female reproductive cancers and sexually transmitted infections. 

 

  • Pubertal development
  • Female reproductive cancer
  • Global reproductive health
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Contraceptive safety and efficacy

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