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Medical Negligence: States Are Blaming Mothers for Maternal Deaths

Posted on September 21st, 2018 by Elizabeth

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At least 30 states have avoided scrutinizing the healthcare they have provided to mothers who died before, during, or after childbirth. Some states have not studied these fatalities at all. This information comes from the extensive and continuing study on maternal mortality rates conducted by USA TODAY. Instead of considering that medical negligence is to […]

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The Link Between C-Section Complication and Cerebral Palsy

Posted on April 7th, 2018 by Gerald Thurswell

The Link Between C-Section Complication and Cerebral Palsy Every expectant mother hopes for a safe delivery of their infant, free of complications. Unfortunately, things can wrong in the delivery room. A natural birth can become an emergency and, anytime an infant is delivered via cesarean section, the stakes go up. Too many newborns are affected […]

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3 Life-Altering Consequences of Mismanaged Pregnancy Infections

Posted on March 29th, 2018 by Gerald Thurswell

3 Life-Altering Mismanaged Pregnancy Infection Consequences  During prenatal care, mothers-to-be are monitored carefully to ensure that they are in good health and that their baby is developing properly. Potential conditions and infections are tested for throughout pregnancy, but if a problem is overlooked, it could be life-changing for mother and baby. At worst, mismanaged pregnancy […]

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Risks of Birth Trauma: Pregnancy Complications

Posted on January 3rd, 2018 by Gerald Thurswell

Know the Risks of Birth Trauma: 5 Potential Pregnancy Complications During a Second Pregnancy If you’ve given birth once, you’re officially a veteran of labor and delivery. Your second pregnancy, however, is not guaranteed to be like the first, and the delivery is unlikely to be the same either. Even though you have a better […]

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Flu Vaccine In Pregnancy

Posted on September 20th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

Did you know that unborn babies are temporarily protected by their mother’s flu shot? A new study found that immunity fades within weeks after birth. In a randomized, placebo-controlled study, researchers measured the efficacy of the flu vaccine on the unborn babies of vaccinated pregnant women by comparing rates of disease and levels of antibodies […]

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