In today’s tough U.S. economy, healthcare is in the forefront because of the three trillion dollars spent each year. Patients are not seeing their money’s worth and neither is the U.S. government who writes the […]
If a pregnant woman finds herself scratching and itching during the third trimester, these symptoms should not be ignored. Each year, approximately 0.1 to 15% of pregnant women are affected by a liver disorder called […]
I read an article in my local newspaper the other day that gave me reason to pause. The State of Florida intends to hand over 3 million Medicaid patients to managed care companies who will […]
Although the cervix is supposed to hold a pregnancy until term things sometime go wrong. Women can lose an otherwise healthy baby because of a weak or short cervix. When cervical tissue becomes weak, this […]
A dear friend of mine has a quote that bears repeating: “in simplicity, there is genius.” Such can be said about the mineral compound, magnesium sulfate (commonly known as Epsom salt).
In the world of obstetrics, […]
According to Answers.com, there is a baby born in the U.S. every 8 seconds, a figure that is both staggering and exhilarating. As an obstetrician, my greatest desires is for all 11,803 babies born each […]