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Contemporary OB/GYN Special Delivery

Contemporary OB/GYN
Special Delivery


December 1, 2011

What’s new in Contemporary OB/GYN?

Editor-in-Chief Dr. Charles J. Lockwood gives you the scoop on the December issue. To listen. Click Here


Delaying cord clamping reduces iron deficiency in infants

Delaying clamping of the umbilical cord until 3 minutes or longer after delivery reduces neonatal anemia and iron deficiency at 4 months of age without adverse effects, according to a Swedish study. » More

Birth weight, infant growth foretell physical function in later life

Low birth weight, slow growth during infancy, and either low or high body mass index (BMI) at 11 years of age significantly increase the risk of poor physical functioning at 60 years of age, Finnish and British researchers report. » More


Healthy women may not benefit from prophylactic aspirin

Low-dose aspirin taken by healthy women to prevent heart attack and stroke may be ineffective or even harmful, a new study suggests. Even among high-risk women, 50 would need to take aspirin for 10 years to benefit 1 woman, researchers report online November 16 in the European Heart Journal. » More


Oral contraceptives associated with prostate cancer incidence

Canadian researchers report a significant association between oral contraceptive (OC) use and the incidence of prostate cancer in a study published online November 14 in BMJ Open. » More

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