|Posted on October 24, 2013 at 3:14 PM|
Just in time for lunch on the West Coast of the US:
Here is a collection of stories from around the web...let us know if you learned anything new in the comments. Also, let us know what kinds of topics are interesting to you. Enjoy your reading/lunch time!
Outcomes of Donor Oocyte Cycles in Assisted Reproduction
JAMA Network | JAMA | http://bit.ly/1gIhvQn
Donor egg pregnancies on the rise, U.S. study
From the San Mateo Daily Journal http://bit.ly/1h5ZadH
High Blood Pressure In Pregnancy Linked To High Stroke Risk
Link to the rest of the story: http://bit.ly/1h5ZYPx
October is Loss Awareness Month – you are not alone <3
Miscarriage: Perceptions And Realities
Read the rest of article here: http://bit.ly/1h5WPzi
Labor day - The C-section comes under review - 2013 FALL - Stanford Medicine Magazine - Stanford University School
Read the whole report here http://stanford.io/18eKyRd
Women need a year to recover from childbirth, study finds
From Mail Online http://dailym.ai/1h5YuFa
In case your little one has to spend time in the NICU:
Hypothermia No Help to Neonatal ECMO
The whole article can be found here: http://bit.ly/19WtNuK
Car Seats: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know
Read the whole article here: http://huff.to/1alya6L
8 Breastfeeding Positions to Make Nursing Easier on Mom
Read the whole article and see the picture tutorial at The Stir: http://bit.ly/1alvG8r
Did you learn anything new this week?
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