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Thanks to medical advances, serious injuries that once might have been debilitating can now be treated so that victims are more likely to recover without long-term disability. Read More
Some women like the idea of giving birth at home in a nurturing, non-clinical environment, but doing this requires planning – and it isn’t for everyone. Read More
A cesarean delivery can save the life of an infant who is too weak or stressed to endure a natural birth, but unnecessary C-sections can put the mother at risk. Read More
The closer a fetus comes to term, the better its chances. Medicine can help prevent premature labor, but that can be costly. Read More
Women still may need extra care after the baby is born, even when nothing goes wrong. Read More
Many women may not be getting the information they need to make a fully informed decision about their delivery options. Read More
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