The Founder of Lamaze Says Farewell

Elisabeth Bing is gone — but oh what a legacy she left!

100-year-old Bing died on Friday, May 15th in her Manhattan home according to the New York Times. While her name might not be familiar […]

What Does a Stillbirth Look Like?

Stillbirth. A condition I’ve been battling to prevent my entire professional career and a word that literally gives me nightmares. Everyone knows that a pregnant woman shouldn’t carry a baby for nine months only to […]

Pregnancy for Sale

 

Being told that your body will never be able to reproduce is beyond painful – I’ve been there. But should procreation become a business at any cost?
In a recent New York Times article, we are […]

Are Military Pregnant Wives More at Risk for Death From Medical Mistakes?

Keeping secrets can literally kill, especially in healthcare. The New York Times article, In Military Care, a Pattern of Errors but Not Scrutiny had me trembling with shame. No, I didn’t have any direct involvement […]

Do You Have Fibroids and Want to Have a Hysterectomy? Please Read This First.

Today I put my patient safety hat on to discuss a growing controversy in the obgyn community about the treatment of fibroids. Fibroids are usually a benign tumor that affects 80% of women and especially […]

Medical Students and Residents

The future of our healthcare system, lies with you, dear med students and residents. While medical school and residency training does a pretty good job giving you didactic and clinical training, they might do a […]

By |April 22nd, 2014|Categories: Blog, OB GYN Students and Resident Physicians|