Introduction to Life Before Birth David Chamberlain, Ph.D Through many windows of observation, we can now see–for the first time in human history–what is actually happening in the womb. There is good news and bad news. We can no longer think that the placenta can protect the prenate from anything bad going on in the […]
Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a highly prevalent vaginal infection that is associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes.
A Canadian population-based cohort study has revealed that medical induction of labour increases the risk of amniotic-fluid embolism.
“Good prenatal care is really what you think and do between visits!” – Carol Gautschi
A Boston study analyzed the relationship between maternal vitamin D status and the prevalence of primary cesarean section…