Dr. James Padbury Earns March of Dimes Prematurity Research Initiative Grant
With the help of funding from the March of Dimes, James F. Padbury, MD, is one of five scientists whose work toward discovering the causes of and reducing the rates of prematurity will be supported by March of Dimes Prematurity Research Initiative (PRI) grants in 2014.
Hypnotherapy reduces hot flashes in breast cancer patients
A team of researchers affiliated with the Program in Women's Oncology and Division of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island recently revealed study findings indicating that hypnotherapy effectively reduces hot flashes in breast cancer survivors by 80 to 85 percent.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Co-Authors Obstetric Care Consensus
Dr. Dwight J. Rouse has co-authored the first in a new, joint series called “Obstetric Care Consensus” that is being introduced by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM). This issue addresses the rapid increase in cesarean birth rates and outlines a multifaceted approach that addresses indications for primary cesarean delivery.
CNE Talks (Your) Health - What is Autism?
It seems that cases of autism are on the rise. This leaves many parents wondering, “What is autism, and are there any signs or symptoms that I should be watching for?” According to Todd Levine, MD, with Women & Infants’ Center for Children and Families, “The diagnosis of an ASD is made after a thorough review of each child’s medical and developmental history along with observations of behavior and function.” Read more
Raymond O. Powrie, MD, FRCP(C), FACP, underscored his belief in the “team approach” by drawing together a multidisciplinary group to edit an international textbook on medical disorders in obstetric patients.
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