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A Mother's Climb Out of Darkness, a new memoir by Jennifer Hentz Moyer, about a mother’s incredible journey into and out of postpartum psychosis, has been released.
Pregnant women who are obese or eating a diet high in fatty foods could unwittingly be harming their unborn child, according to new research published by the journal Molecular Metabolism.
Women's Excellence has launched an electronic feature on their website allowing expecting mothers to give their birth plan before their office visit. Lake
RICHLAND CENTER, Wis., Dec. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Janice H. Alexander is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a 2014- 2015 Leading Physician of the Year in the field of Healthcare.
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Delray Beach Dermatologist discusses how breakthrough study helps patients overcome the stigma of stretch marks DELRAY BEACH, Fla., Dec.
Through its annual ongoing Lifelines initiative CT Fertility provided pro bono fertility treatments to twelve families in 2104, including IVF, fresh and frozen donated eggs, embryo donation and
All Belly Pregnancy reviews have been flooding the Internet and AllBellyPregnancy.org reveals the truth about this program that claims a simple eating and exercise regime can honestly help both
STIGMA*STRIDE Pennies for POP Campaign Seeks to Fund Pelvic Organ Prolapse Support Mukwonago, WI (PRWEB) December 12, 2014 Sherrie Palm, author of the
Labor Induction is a process of giving an artificial start to birth with medical intervention or other methods. When an induction is not performed for emergency or other medical reasons, the method is considered an elective process. The decision to induce labor has increased in recent years due to its convenience or because it easily accommodates busy schedules. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, however, say that labor should only be induced when it is more risky...
The B19 virus, referred to as parvovirus B19, was first known human virus in the family of parvovirus. It causes a childhood rash called fifth disease or commonly called slapped cheek syndrome. Discovered in 1975 by Yvonne Cossart, the virus gained its name because it was found in well B19 of a large series of Petri dishes. The virus is mainly spread through infected respiratory droplets. Symptoms usually appear six days after exposure and last about a week. Patients aren't usually...