Stories and Insights
Braxton Hicks contractions are the body’s way of getting ready for labor. Dr. Patel explains how to tell if it’s Braxton Hicks or the real thing.
How soon should the umbilical cord be cut? Dr. Horsager takes a look at the potential risks and benefits of delayed cord clamping.
Can a good night’s sleep lower heart disease risk? Dr. Hill explains why sleep deprivation hurts the heart.
You are what you eat, but you’re also what you drink! Dr. Froehlich pops the top on 7 beverages that may affect your cancer risk.
Gone are the days when health care was based on “doctor knows best.” How team-based care models put pregnant women at the center of decision-making.
Melon is a tasty, refreshing treat for summer. But it’s also great for weight management and heart health. Dietitian Susan Rodder explains.
Research suggests one-third of antibiotics prescriptions may be unnecessary. Why that’s dangerous, and what doctors and patients can do to prevent it.
Will an occasional drink during pregnancy harm a baby? Dr. Horsager discusses what studies show, what national organizations say, and how she advises women.
Chuck Dandridge was diagnosed with leukemia. But thanks to a precious gift from his son, he’s now cancer-free!
Guys: Expecting a baby? Dr. Stewart offers advice for supporting moms-to-be – and tips for what not to say to a pregnant woman!