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2 hrs ago | The Marion Star
As a certified nurse midwife, Burns participates in the delivery of babies as well as focusing on normal prenatal and postpartum care, gynecological care, women's health and education.
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6 hrs ago | Examiner.com
"No woman is left behind," said Dr. Priya Agrawal, Executive Director of Merck for Mothers.
10 hrs ago | GPB.org
The nation's rate of maternal mortality has been steadily rising, and nowhere is that increase more evident than in Georgia.
14 hrs ago | Patch.com
Officials from American House, REDICO and Henry Ford Health System break ground on the new senior living community at Cottage.
19 hrs ago | Santa Fe Reporter
Newborn infants in New Mexico should be experiencing healthier births. Teen pregnancy rates are declining, and more pregnant women are receiving early prenatal care.
Mayor Dewey Bartlett is scheduled to host a dedication Wednesday for the new Maternal and Women's Health Clinic in the 61st and Peoria neighborhood.
The sometimes-contentious, hourlong hearing before the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals was meant to help a three-judge panel decide whether to lift a temporary block on the law imposed by a lower court.
A weird thing happened one day in August. I woke up 50 years old. I honestly don't know where that came from because my attitude is still stuck somewhere around 19 or 20. But every now and then my body ruin it for me and let me know that I'm really 50. Besides considering that my first colonoscopy is duea that is definitely going to waita I realize ... (more)
An appellate court in Chicago has heard arguments on a hotly debated Wisconsin law requiring abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.
If Hobby Lobby persuades U.S. Supreme Court justices that it shouldn't have to pay for some forms of birth control because it would violate religious principles, well, the end would be near in terms of women's health care! So say liberals who are wringing their hands over the prospect of Hobby Lobby winning its case.
Veterans are hot. Women's health and the Lions Club, apparently, are not. That is, if the sale of "special" license plates benefiting various causes in Wisconsin is any barometer.
More mothers planning to welcome a baby into their family will have maternity insurance coverage once new rules of the Affordable Care Act start Jan. 1. Medical experts say they're bracing for insurers to pick up more costs associated with labor, delivery and care for mothers who give birth in America, which has become the costliest place to ... (more)
Tamesha Means, 30, of Muskegon, Mich., claims in a lawsuit that she received negligent treatment from a Catholic-run hospital that abided by religious directives instead of appropriate medical care when she miscarried in 2010.
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Although Texas lawmakers loosened physician supervision requirements for advanced practice nurses in the 2013 legislative session, some health providers argue they should have allowed them to practice independently, too.
The thing about research developments is that they are exactly that -- developments.
A women's health-care center is joining St. Elizabeth's and Memorial hospitals in developing a new facility along the Interstate 64 corridor in the O'Fallon-Shiloh area.