Articles for Tag: "obstetrics"
Delivering outside a medical center leads to higher infant mortality levels.
New research shines light on the safety of this delivery option.
A new study finds that 20 percent of women might not have needed the operation.
New research shows that having a baby after age 33 could indicate a longer life expectancy.
Past studies have hinted at a connection between induced labor and autism, but the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists say there isn’t a link.
Researchers find that high blood pressure during pregnancy could be linked to an increased risk for heart disease.
New research finds that the percentage of elective cesarean sections and induced labors are on a steady path downward.