Tag Archives: long term

Private obstetric care increases the chances of cesarean delivery, regardless of health needs and wishes

Women in Australia are more likely to have an unplanned C-section if they give birth in a private rather than a public hospital – regardless of their health during pregnancy or their birth plans. Our recent study showed that an unplanned caesarean section was 4.2% more likely in a private …

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Call for free infertility treatment as birth rate plunges in Thailand

Professor Dr Kamthorn Pruksananonda, chairman of a reproductive medicine panel at Royal Obstetrics and Gynecologists of Thailand, warned that this drop in the birth rate could trigger long-term economic and social problems, particularly with regard to greater dependence on migrant workers. He said national health care schemes do not yet …

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Prophylactic drugs can prevent cesarean section bleeding

Methylergonovine is often used to immediately control severe bleeding after cesarean deliveries. But a new study suggests that the ergot alkaloid agent could benefit these women if given before delivery, researchers at the University of Iowa Hospitals, Iowa City, reported in the January edition of the American Journal of Obstetrics …

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Abortion research study conducted to gather evidence on quality of care

Too many girls and women continue to die and face the short and long-term negative consequences of unsafe abortion – yet there is a lack of information on how health care providers and systems can provide the better quality care for girls and women with abortion-related complications. Recognizing this research …

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Landmark SMART Study Demonstrates High Accuracy of Natera’s Panorama® NIPT for 22q11.2 Deletion Screening

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Natera, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTRA), a leader in personalized genetic testing and diagnostics, today announced the publication of the landmark SMART study in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (AJOG), one of the world’s leading medical journals of obstetrics and gynecology. The SMART study has enrolled more than …

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UK government vows to close ‘shocking’ women’s health gap

The UK government has said it will tackle “decades of gender inequality in health,” including the creation of a UK-wide menopause task force to study more on how postmenopausal women can be better supported by health professionals. A “vision document”, published by the Department of Health and Social Affairs (DHSC) …

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Igniting the Movement for Women’s Health Rights: Stories of Filipino Pioneer Activists, Health Care and Service Providers

When we seize the source of water, our ranks will complete the circle we used to draw around our tents, making homes, villages, temples, schools, our places of healing. And we will testify for our daughters and sons, telling them true stories of the caravan. -Marjorie Evasco, Caravan of Water …

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Beaverton’s Mungin makes a name for himself in two sports

Leiyah Mungin may not be a household name outside of her hometown of Beaverton. If she does what her basketball coach thinks she can do, that might change very soon. “She’s just a basketball player.… She has a really good idea of ​​the game and an understanding of the game, …

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Patients and doctors clash over side effects of hormonal contraception

WWhen a pediatrician put Maya Prokupets on the birth control pill at the age of 15 to prevent pregnancy, she cannot recall receiving any information about possible side effects. But they quickly appeared: weight gain and anxiety. Switching to different versions – Apri, Alesse, Desogen, Yasmin and finally Yaz – …

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VCH’s Indigenous Women’s Team Aims to Close Health Care Gaps

Vancouver Coastal Health is changing the way it provides health care to Indigenous women and families, launching a new team of Indigenous women who will focus on providing culturally safe care and ultimately better outcomes. health. Announced earlier this week, the Indigenous Women and Family Health Team consists of an …

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Urgently transform women’s health care at scale

Many companies are already experimenting with innovative pricing models to improve affordability for marginalized women By Sairee Chahal Last year, nearly 76 million women self-help group members in rural India took initiatives in their communities to help manage the health and nutrition crises caused by the pandemic. They managed community …

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Here’s why Aspira Women’s Health Inc.’s (AWH) stock volatility over the past month was 7.58% – Invest Chronicle

Aspira Women’s Health Inc. (AWH) is priced at $ 2.35 after the last trading session. At the very start of the session, the stock price was $ 2.57 and reached a high price of $ 2.595, before closing the session it reached a value of $ 2.57. The stock reached …

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2028 Women’s Healthcare Device Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States, – Verified Market Research recently published a new study on the Women’s Health Device Market with statistical data represented in tables, pie charts, graphs and numbers to help better understand the market. The report presents the current development scenario and emerging market trends. The research report …

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Hospice Society revises name to include new services

New PG Hospice Society logo (Photo courtesy of PG Hospice Palliative Care Society) The Prince George Hospice Society has changed its name to properly represent the overall work of the organization. The new name changed to: Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society and was officially updated on September 22, at …

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What to know as CDC issues urgent alert – NBC Chicago

As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention publishes its strictest guidelines yet urging pregnant women to get vaccinated against COVID-19, what do those who are or plan to be pregnant need to know about the available vaccines? Here are the latest guidelines from health officials, doctors and other experts …

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Ob Hospitalist Group announces partnership with Kohlberg & Company

GREENVILLE, SC, Sept. 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Ob Hospitalist Group (“OBHG” or the “Company”), the largest and only provider of personalized obstetric hospital programs (“OB”) in the country, announced today hui that Kohlberg & Company, LLC (“Kohlberg”), a leading New York-based private equity firm, acquired the company from …

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Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital doctor honored by WVSOM

WESTON, W.Va. – Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital obstetrician / gynecologist, Robert Harris, MD, received an Outstanding Preceptor Award on Friday, September 17, in the East Central Region of West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM), in Lewisburg. The Outstanding Preceptor Awards are presented to physicians who demonstrate professionalism …

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Greenfire Acquisition Corporation Completes Strategic Acquisition of JACOS and Announces Name Change of Greenfire Resources Operating Corporation

CALGARY, Canada – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Greenfire Acquisition Corporation (“GAC” or the “Company”) announces the successful completion of the strategic acquisition of Japan Canada Oil Sands Limited (“JACOS”), which includes a 75% working interest and operation of Hangingstone expansion site. The definitive sale and purchase agreement for the acquisition of …

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PadInMotion Unveils New Company Name, Equiva, Reflecting Focus on Healthcare Relationship Management and Engagement in the Digital Care Continuum

The company unveiled its new name, Equiva (ee – kwi – vuh) and its new healthcare relationship management platform that brings together specific aspects of the patient experience, care management and marketing in a single framework that enables organizations to strengthen relationships with existing patients, attract new clients, achieve better …

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Ohio Extends Medicaid Coverage To New Moms

When Ohio released its first report in years on maternal mortality in 2019, it found that more than half of pregnancy-related deaths in Ohio were preventable, and black women died at a rate of more than two. and a half times that of white women. And nationwide, about 12% of …

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Stop cervical cancer in black women

Singer-songwriter and mother of three, Ciara Wilson’s mission is to save black women from … [+] Cervical cancer Black Women’s Health Imperative What do a black girl born in Texas, dysplasia, and a nonprofit for black women’s health have in common? They are all involved in a recently launched campaign …

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Researchers sought to participate in the One Health program

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – An interdisciplinary group of faculty have announced a call for researchers to participate in the Penn State One Health Scholars program. The program is an interdisciplinary applied training program in which a cohort of researchers will work closely with faculty whose research, teaching and practice involve …

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Global Women’s Health Market to See Widespread Expansion from 2020 to 2026 || Lupine Pharmaceuticals, Inc .; AstraZeneca; F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd; Sanofi; Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc .; GlaxoSmithKline plc; Bayer AG – KSU

Global Women’s Health Market is expected to register a stable CAGR of 4.96% during the forecast period 2019-2026. The report contains data for the base year 2018 and the historical year 2017. This increase in market value can be attributed to the growing concerns of governments in various regions to …

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Creating a new standard of care

Second from left, Dr. Diana Bitner has been OB-GYN for over 20 years and developed True Women’s Health to bring a blend of holistic and western medicine to West Michigan. Photo by Quinn Kirby TWomen’s Health Street is a midlife, menopause, and sexual health wellness clinic that opened to the …

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Is US Bancorp a Buy?

Like his colleagues US Bancorp (NYSE: USB) had a difficult 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and the associated economic uncertainty. US Bancorp remains a well-run bank and hopes to use its well-strengthened capital position to benefit from a return to normal. That didn’t help investors much over the past …

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Moving to a cheaper city? Do these steps first

Before you pack your bags, cross these points off your list. Many people are rethinking their life situation due to the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, some workers are leaving expensive cities and moving to places where the cost of living is lower. But before you prepare to move to a …

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Is Focus Financial Partners a Buy?

Focus on financial partners (NASDAQ: FOCS) is a wealth management firm that takes on the big boys in traditional brokerage firms. The company consists of a group of independent investment advisors who operate as a partnership. Most of his partners are registered investment advisors (RIAs) due to strict legal standards …

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The Minimalist grabs digital mandate for IIFL Home Loan, Marketing & Advertising News, ET BrandEquity

Madhvi Gupta and Chirag Gander The minimalist, a company of the creative solutions group, has the 360-degree digital mandate for IIFL home loan. As part of the mandate, the agency’s tasks include designing digital creative strategies, strengthening brand positioning and offering digital innovations for the online and offline campaigns of …

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“On the offensive”: Cambodia is charging up loans to stimulate the economy

As the dust settles on the economy, Cambodia is realizing what needs to be done to turn the economy inside out, starting with a big shopping list for credit “We are going on the offensive,” said Vongsey Vissoth, State Secretary for the Ministry of Economy and Finance, at a briefing …

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ESG loans expand access to sustainability-related finance

Not everyone can be Patagonia, the outdoor clothing brand almost as well known for their environmental protection as their parkas. Many companies want to reduce their negative impact on the environment, but their business model or industry is challenging. Sustainability-related lending (also known as ESG-linked lending) gives these companies access …

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College student fear of debt affects job success

According to a study by Israeli and US researchers, stress related to student loan debt means almost half of graduates from four major American universities cannot find full-time employment released At the beginning of this year in Journal of Applied Psychology. The researchers found that fear of having to repay …

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How a Small Business Turned When It Didn’t Get a PPP Loan

When the pandemic began, Sherard Duvall realized that his South Carolina production company, OTR media group, would have a hard time producing short films and full-length documentaries. “We have associate producers, cinematographers, sound engineers, lighting technicians and fingering technicians,” said Duvall. “It’s very difficult to do that in a distant …

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