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New Evidence That Women Should Eat And Drink During Labor

June 14, 2017By 0 Comments

A study published in the March 2017 issue of “Obstetrics & Gynecology”—the premier peer reviewed journal of The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists—concluded that there was no danger for low risk laboring women in eating and drinking. Ten trials, which included 3,982 women in labor, were evaluated. In three trials, women were allowed a […]

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Letter to the NYT Editor

September 7, 2016By 11 Comments

To The Editor of the New York Times: RE: “America’s Shocking Maternal Deaths” Your editorial passed over the real reason behind the unconscionable rise in deaths among child-bearing women in the United States — American Obstetric practices.  As a Board Certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist, I see first hand that pregnant women are subjected to multiple unscientific physician and […]

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NYT on Maternal Death Rate

September 7, 2016By 0 Comments

America’s Shocking Maternal Deaths By The Editorial Board September 3, 2016 Read this article on the New York Times website   The rate at which women die during pregnancy or shortly after childbirth has fallen sharply in many nations as maternal care has improved. The United States — and particularly Texas — is a glaring exception. In […]

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