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Source:Early Learning Nation
The best time to get a child’s life off to a solid start begins months before their birth. That’s why every pregnant woman’s obstetric visits feature a set of routine wellness checks.
Source:ACOG Frontline Voices
Since the first reported case of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in December 2019, more than 1.8 million cases have been confirmed globally.
About 13,000 American women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer this year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
- May 3, 2019
The team from NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital walked with the March for Babies in White Plains, NY this past Sunday, April 28
Source:InStyleMay 2, 2019
With Meghan Markle's reported due date coming and going this past Sunday, plenty of people were convinced that Baby Sussex had already arrived in secret.
Source:Popular ScienceApril 25, 2019
Long movies and the urge to pee have been linked since the early days of cinema. Sixty-three years before Avengers: Endgame, moviegoers settled in for nearly four hours of The Ten Commandments.
Source:TIME MagazineApril 1, 2019
Lilly Rocha was 37 years old in 2008 when she began having strange symptoms. When people asked her questions, she knew the answers but couldn’t articulate them.
Source:Reuters HealthMarch 12, 2019
It’s long been assumed that women who get pregnant on birth control pills somehow erred. But a new study suggests some women may inherit genes that break down contraceptive hormones more rapidly.
Source:Well and GoodFebruary 23, 2019
IUDs are not a new form of birth control, but they have seen a wild resurgence in popularity in the past few years. A record 4.4 million women now have IUDs.
Source:BridesFebruary 22, 2019
Now well into her third trimester of pregnancy, Meghan Markle made headlines flying into New York City this past weekend for her baby shower.
Source:BuzzfeedFebruary 20, 2019
Doctors diagnosed the intense abdominal cramping that hit Sharon Rosenblatt every month as kidney stones, a muscle pull, or the result of too much exercise.
Source:SheKnowsFebruary 14, 2019
Let’s talk about how birth control works. Dr. Ana Cepin, an obstetrician-gynecologist at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, breaks it down for us.