Rosida Etwaree loved being a mother, so when she became pregnant again in late 2009 — this time with twins — she was excited and looking forward to holding her new babies for the first time. 742 more words
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Birth control: to what extent do women report being informed and involved in decisions about pregnancy and birth procedures?
Citation: Rachel Thompson and Yvette D Miller. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2014, 14:62 doi:10.1186/1471-2393-14-62
Health policy, guidelines, and standards advocate giving patients comprehensive information and facilitating their involvement in health-related decision-making. 239 more words
SDHI is collaborating with researchers from the University of Manchester, University of Edinburgh, Queen’s University Belfast and NHS Fife to explore the relationship between disability, domestic abuse and access to maternity care… 155 more words
Up until the mid-19th century, childbirth was something men avoided. Women had babies in a room full of other women, aided by female midwives and nurses. 50 more words
Abortion rights article is not just about abortion!
My most recent article, “Michigan’s New Abortion Insurance Rider Law: Challenges, Spin, and Justice,” is now available on the… 141 more words