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A growing number of pregnant women in the United States have weight-related conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, or cardiovascular disease.
Mary E. D’Alton, MD joined Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) to announce the reintroduction of the Modernizing Obstetric Medicine Standards (MOMS) Act to reduce maternal mortality.
On Valentine’s Day 2017, Ebony Boyd picked up some holiday doughnuts as she headed to work feeling “blessed and happy,” she recalls.
Source:The Washington Post
Cathryn Scheipers did not want to get on that train to New York. It was a Sunday night in December 2014, and the commercial real estate professional had an important conference the next morning.
Source:Health MattersMay 15, 2018
On Valentine’s Day 2017, Ebony Boyd, six months pregnant and dressed in a celebratory pink blouse, picked up two dozen red, white, and pink doughnuts decorated with heart sprinkles on her way to work.
- May 11, 2018
The Mothers Center Will Provide Multidisciplinary Care to Women with Maternal Risk
- April 30, 2018
Ob/Gyn Maternal-Fetal Medicine teams represent at charity walks
Source:Health MattersOctober 23, 2017
How Dr. Mary D’Alton is working to reduce maternal deaths and complications related to pregnancy and childbirth.
- August 15, 2017
Mary D’Alton, MD, has been interviewed in several recent features on the potentially rising maternal mortality rate in the United States.
Source:National Public RadioMay 12, 2017
More American women are dying of pregnancy-related complications and that rate is rising.