A multidisciplinary team at Michigan Medicine has unveiled a new clinical approach to prenatal care for low risk pregnancies to help limit exposure to the novel coronavirus.
Disruptions in insurance coverage disproportionately affect racial and ethnic minority women before, during and after pregnancy.
Hospital choice, higher maternal BMI and larger baby size increase chances of cesarean deliveries, according to an abstract presented at the Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine’s annual Pregnancy Meeting.
The most common complication of postpartum can last for weeks to months. A powerful but pricey new drug could offer quick treatment for affected mothers.
Two recently awarded grants hope to help women with physical disabilities determine whether or not to become pregnant and reduce the associated stigma.
As residency programs struggle to balance the well-being of trainees and the need to provide ample training, a new study finds inconsistent parental leave policies.