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Contemporary OB/GYN Special Delivery

Contemporary OB/GYN
Special Delivery


October 20, 2011

It's almost time for your next issue of Contemporary OB/GYN.

Editor-in-Chief Dr. Charles J. Lockwood gives you a preview of the upcoming issue: features and practice pearls from ob/gyn key opinion leaders, news and analysis, Legally Speaking, and more. Click Here


Diet quality in pregnancy influences risk of neural tube and orofacial defects

Women who eat an overall good-quality diet before and during pregnancy have a lower risk of delivering babies with neural tube defects such as anencephaly and spina bifida, and orofacial malformations such as cleft lip and palate, researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine report. » More


In utero DES exposure carries lifelong health implications

Millions of women exposed to diethylstilbestrol (DES) in utero before 1971 have a high lifelong risk of an array of adverse health outcomes, a new study reveals. » More

Multivitamins don’t promote longevity in older women

Older women who take multivitamins and other supplements don’t live longer and may even die at somewhat higher rates than women who don’t use supplements, a new study has found. » More

Caffeine can reduce risk of depression in women

Women who drink more than 1 cup of caffeinated coffee a day may significantly lower their risk of depression, and the more coffee they drink the greater the risk reduction, new research published in the Archives of Internal Medicine (2011;171[17]:1571-1578) suggests. » More

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