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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.
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:CNNOctober 21, 2019
Moms-to-be who undergo physical or mental stress during their pregnancies are less likely to have a boy and may also have a higher risk of preterm birth, according to a study.
Source:USA TodayOctober 18, 2019
A study published Monday suggests prenatal stress in pregnant women may affect the sex of the baby and be associated with some forms of birth complications.
- October 14, 2019
Stressed pregnant women are less likely to give birth to boys, according to researchers who investigated how a mother's health can affect their child.
Source:HealthlineOctober 14, 2019
Researchers have uncovered more about the potential risks of giving birth vaginally after a cesarean delivery.
- October 10, 2019
As part of ongoing efforts in community engagement and public health education, Columbia Ob/Gyn participated in Healthy Haven: Promoting Wellness, Education, and Community health fair.
Source:HealthlineOctober 8, 2019
Currently, women in the United States need a prescription from a healthcare provider in order to get ahold of birth control.
Source:Health DaySeptember 9, 2019
Estrogen therapy may help younger women live longer after having their uterus and ovaries surgically removed, new research reports.
Source:HealthlineAugust 26, 2019
While childbirth in many other developed countries continues to improve, the maternal mortality rate has risen in the U.S. Here are 7 ways we can begin to reverse this alarming trend.
Source:Today.comAugust 19, 2019
As a jolt of pain shot through her body, Shona Spencer felt faint. A nurse started fanning her, as her doctor finished inserting her intrauterine device.