A new report, Listening to Mothers in California, was released last week and there is valuable information for consumers and birth professionals to be found from this research. Read all about these study findings.
Through ethnographic research and in-depth interviews sociologist Theresa Morris, through her book, "Health Care in Crisis: Hospitals, Nurses, and the Consequences of Policy Change" gives us an inside look at a hospital in transition through the eyes of the nurses who work there.
Neel Shah, MD, MMP shares his thoughts on the ARRIVE Trial. Dr. Shah is recognized as an innovative leader in maternal-infant health and a well-respected expert on effective methods for reducing the cesarean rate in the U.S.
People can experience a spectrum of emotions with D-MER ranging from mild self-correcting symptoms often lasting less than three months (homesickness, hopelessness, depression) to moderate ones that may carry on longer (panic, agitation, paranoia). Learn about Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex today.
USA Today article which was featured in partnership with the national CBS Television News and reprinted in thousands of local newspapers owned by Gannett publications missed the mark in telling the full story about the current maternal morbidity and mortality situation in the USA.