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About one in seven women who give birth in the U.S. experience postpartum depression—a condition that can leave them exhausted and make it difficult for them to bond with their babies.
Graduating fellows and PGY-3 residents in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology presented their final research projects at the annual Sloane Academic Assembly on Thursday, June 17, 2021.
Source:Gynecologic Surgeons Unscrubbed
In this first episode of a two-part series, Dr. Cara King talks to Dr. Jake Lauer about work transitions from residencies to fellowships into staff and vice versa.
Source:Today.comMay 12, 2021
How long has it been since your last doctor’s visit, dental checkup, eye exam or skin cancer screening? For many women, the answer may be “circa 2019.”
Source:InsiderApril 21, 2021
Five hours after Sam got their second dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, they got their period — about five days early in a cycle that's typically late.
Source:Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology NewsApril 7, 2021
In a new longitudinal study, a team of researchers provide concrete evidence that people whose mothers were significantly stressed during pregnancy respond differently to stress, 45 years later.
Source:The LilyApril 5, 2021
When Shana Clauson, a 45-year-old teacher in Hudson, Wis., was in line to get her first coronavirus vaccination on March 6, she logged onto Facebook to pass the time as she waited.
Source:Las Doctoras RecomiendanMarch 16, 2021
Es poco lo que se habla del posparto y muchas mujeres llegan a este periodo con poca información.
- February 23, 2021
As part of their ongoing effort to enhance equity, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at NYP/CUIMC recently established an Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
- February 10, 2021
For many of us, the present time is a difficult one and has taken on toll on our collective mental health. If you are struggling with your mental health, here are some tips from Catherine Monk, PhD.
- January 18, 2021
Yousin Suh, PhD was recently awarded several major grants to support her research in aging and reproductive health.