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Source:Columbia Cancer Newsroom
Cervical cancer is typically diagnosed in women between the ages of 35 and 44, but Sheneque Hanse was diagnosed at just 17 years old.
“I am not afraid,” Nadia Chaudhri reassured her social media followers recently. “I’m surrounded by love and ready for the pain to end.”
The National Academy of Medicine has selected Alexander Melamed, MD, MPH as one of five physican scientists named as 2021 NAM Fellows.
Source:PIX 11 NewsFebruary 18, 2021
Heart disease is not only the number one cause of death, it’s the number one cause of death during pregnancy.
Source:American Heart Association NewsFebruary 10, 2021
Being Black and pregnant in the U.S. was already a risky combination, and health experts now worry the pandemic is making things worse.
- 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.
Source:RomperJanuary 20, 2021
The decision to have a baby is one that can come with an incredible amount of uncertainty. Trying to conceive during a global pandemic probably means you have even more questions than ever before.
- January 18, 2021
Yousin Suh, PhD was recently awarded several major grants to support her research in aging and reproductive health.
- December 1, 2020
Columbia Ob/Gyn recently debuted the Sonata Treatment, a first-of-its-kind, state-of-the-art incisionless, transcervical solution for treatment of uterine fibroids.
Source:The New York TimesJuly 29, 2020
Some women who sought surgical treatment for miscarriage were turned away in the spring. Experts worry it could happen again.
Source:Early Learning NationJuly 21, 2020
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 VoicesMay 18, 2020
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.