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A new study identifies the types of physical and psychological stress during pregnancy that can have the greatest impact on fetal and child development.
Researchers have uncovered more about the potential risks of giving birth vaginally after a cesarean delivery.
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.
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:Parents MagazineMay 14, 2019
Women are dying during pregnancy and childbirth at alarming rates—some up to a year after delivery, according to a new report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Source:ForbesMay 12, 2019
A day before Mother’s Day, activists, physicians and lawmakers descended on the nation’s capital to rally against racial inequities in maternal mortality.
- May 11, 2019
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology has created a Fellows Academy that offers an inclusive educational forum, inter-divisional mentorship, networking opportunities and wellness activities.
Source:New York PostMay 10, 2019
Mother’s Day will be five-times a blessing for New York-area mom Arlette Rivera — whose precious quintuplets came home last month after five weeks in the hospital.
Source:CREOGS over CoffeeMay 8, 2019
Dr. Mary D’Alton spoke to CREOGS Over Coffee about her serendipitous journey into OB/GYN and MFM, and how she’s very confident in the future of the specialty.
Source:The New York TimesMay 6, 2019
Laboring in water is gaining popularity among women interested in alternatives to traditional hospital births. But is it safe?
- 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:SheKnowsMay 3, 2019
It should come as no surprise that STD testing is important. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that STD tests are one of the most important measures you can take.