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Pregnancy-Related Deaths Rise in the U.S. by Medline Plus Posted Thu 02 Dec 2010 3:31pm Thursday, December 2, 2010    By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - While it remains rare for a woman in the U.S. to die from pregnancy complications, the national rate of pregnancy-related deaths appears to be on the upswing, a new government study finds. ... Read on »
Teen Pregnancy in the U.S. (Infographic) by roswelleim Posted Tue 03 Jan 2012 3:47am The U.S. accounts for the highest rate of teen pregnancy, and the resulting birth and abortion among the industrialized countries. As high as one million teenagers become pregnant in the U.S.; In Texas alone, a teenager becomes mother every ten minutes. Here are some more shocking stats: Read on »
U.S. Pregnancy Rate Slides to 12-Year Low, Federal Report Finds by Medline Plus Posted Thu 05 Dec 2013 10:16am The pregnancy rate among U.S. women fell to its lowest point in 12 years in 2009, continuing its slide from a peak in 1990, according to U.S. government data released on Thursday. Source: Reuters Health Related MedlinePlus Pages: Health Statistics , Pregnancy Read on »
U.S. Teen Pregnancy Rate Continues to Fall by Medline Plus Posted Wed 20 Jun 2012 12:00pm At same time, more women in their 40s are having children, federal report finds Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Health Statistics , Teenage Pregnancy Read on »
Rubella in Pregnancy Rare in U.S., But Can Be Devastating for Baby by Medline Plus Posted Thu 28 Mar 2013 12:00pm 'German measles' caused serious birth defects in 3 cases in 3 states in 2012, health officials say Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Birth Defects , Infections and Pregnancy , Rubella Read on »
U.S. Teen Pregnancy at Record Low by MedNews Patient Expert Posted Mon 31 Jan 2011 6:38pm The birth rate for U.S. teens aged 15-19 years fell to a record low, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The 2009 birth rate of 39.1 births per 1,000 teens is down 6 percen ... Read on »
Guest post: The Unknown Future of The Gifted Child. by Mindy R. Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Mar 2011 3:28pm Yeah, you heard me: guest post. Someone finally got me to reverse my stance—I just don’t have the bandwidth or interest for most of the offers I receive. They usually involve promoting a product or service, or completely serve the poster’s audience; mine, not so much. But Kaboom J. Schneider is no ordinary guy. Yeah, yeah, he’s a former me ... Read on »
I Am The Child - Author Unknown by Alicia and Gavin Posted Mon 18 Feb 2008 12:00am I am the child who cannot talk. You often pity me, I see it in your eyes. You wonder how much I am aware of. I see that as well. I am aware of much ... whether you are happy or sad or fearful, patient or impatient, full of love and desire, or if you are just doing your duty by me. I marvel at your frustration, knowing mine to be far greater, for ... Read on »
FDA Drug Safety Communication: Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressant use during pregnancy and reports of by FDA Posted Thu 15 Dec 2011 7:43am Safety Announcement [12-14-2011] The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is updating the public on the use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressants by women during pregnancy and the potential risk of a rare heart and lung condition known as persistent pulmonary hypertensio ... Read on »
Surgery During Pregnancy: Using Radiographic Studies in the Diagnostic Work Up of the Pregnant Patient by Michael A. Zadeh Medical DoctorHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 15 Mar 2011 6:37pm It is common for women to experience abdominal pain during their pregnancies. In some pregnant women, this abdominal pain may progress to a severe intensity, possibly requiring surgical intervention. Abdominal pain in the pregnant patient can be separated into obstetrical and non-obstetrical causes. Approximately 1 in 500 to 1 in 635 women will ... Read on »