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Source:New York Daily News
Fertility rates in the U.S. have dropped by more than half over recent decades, and are not enough to replace a generation.
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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:Women's Health MagazineOctober 19, 2019
More and more women are shelling out—both financially and psychologically—for trying-for-baby treatment add-ons.
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.
Source:HealthlineOctober 14, 2019
Researchers have uncovered more about the potential risks of giving birth vaginally after a cesarean delivery.
- 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.
- October 10, 2019
The Lymphatic Education and Research Network (LE&RN) is hosting a 5K fun run on Saturday, October 19, in Riverside Park in Upper Manhattan to fight Lymphedema and Lymphatic Disease.
- 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.
- October 9, 2019
A growing number of pregnant women in the United States have weight-related conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, or cardiovascular disease.
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.