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Giving birth to her first child at home without medication was a foregone conclusion for Margaret Nichols. Pain would yield to will, and that would be that.
The Trump administration issued rules that immediately carve broad exceptions to the Affordable Care Act’s promise of no-cost contraceptive coverage.
Getting checked for cervical cancer isn’t one-size-fits-all.
Over the last several decades, women and their doctors have come to rely on the Pap smear for cervical cancer screening.
The Center for Women’s Reproductive Care at Columbia University Medical Center welcomed Eric J. Forman, MD, HCLD, as its new Medical and Laboratory Director.
This fall, the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Columbia University Medical Center is welcoming several new faculty members to the department in multiple divisions.
Sure it’s exciting when you first feel your baby’s odd little pokes and prods. But after experiencing a few weeks of in utero MMA training, you may be left more curious, or bothered, than psyched.
Maternal suicide constitutes a “substantial” part of perinatal mortality in Canada and should be a public health priority, researchers say.
Early this week, a Los Angeles jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 million to an ovarian cancer patient who suited the company over talc in their iconic baby powder.
Mary D’Alton, MD, has been interviewed in several recent features on the potentially rising maternal mortality rate in the United States.