The rate of unintentional preterm birth in our city has risen in recent years. But that’s only skimming the surface of the problem.
It’s never too early to start preparing your body for a healthy pregnancy. Even if you have already given birth before, every pregnancy is different—and you should be prioritizing yourself and your health as much as you can when you’re expecting.
A successful pregnancy depends on what you do even after those nine months.
Here’s how to spot postpartum depression for what it is.
Staying healthy post-pregnancy means making time for yourself.
Brittney Nix-Crawford overcame bias in the health care system and multiple unsuccessful pregnancies to finally have her first child.
Health Care Innovations
Computer algorithms help identify and alert mothers who might be at risk of a fatal condition.
Assessing social determinants of health is critical to understanding pregnancy risk.
Obstetrics is key to the health of infants and mothers in Philadelphia, but many labor and delivery units closed in the last decade.
The practice of fetal cardiology begins with a diagnosis of a heart defect before birth and a plan of care through delivery and beyond.
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