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Rates of preeclampsia are rising

News 2 weeks ago

Preeclampsia can lead to serious complications for both mother and baby. Rates of preeclampsia are rising rapidly, yet surprisingly there are few national estimates of the health and economic impact of preeclampsia on mothers and their infants. A new study […]

Menstruation doesn’t change how your brain works

News 3 weeks ago

A new study by Prof. dr. Leeners published in Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience today is setting out to change the way we think about the menstrual cycle. While it’s often been assumed that anyone who’s menstruating isn’t working at top […]

Cesarean patients sent home with more pain medications than needed

News 1 month ago

Most women who undergo a cesarean childbirth are prescribed more opioid pain medications than needed upon release from the hospital, a Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) study shows. The study by Sarah Osmundson, M.D., assistant professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology […]

Corticosteroid treatment increases survival of preterm infants

News 2 months ago

The effects of corticosteroid treatments on pregnant women facing preterm delivery to prevent infant death and morbidity have been thought to develop gradually over days. However, a new study by researchers at Karolinska Institutet and colleagues in the European EPICE […]

Fetal reduction associated with better birth outcomes

News 3 months ago

Fetal reduction in multifetal pregnancies associated with better birth outcomes. Among twin and triplet pregnancies that were reduced to singleton or twin pregnancies, there was a substantial reduction in complications such as preterm birth and very preterm birth, according to […]