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New research: Should more pregnant women be induced at 39 weeks?

Data released at the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine's 38th annual meeting in Dallas has sparked a flurry of discussion among pregnant patients and obstetricians: Is routine induction of labor at 39 weeks actually a good thing? Dr. Robyn Horsager-Boehrer weighs in.

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Cervical ripening methods when induction is part of the birth plan

Moms-to-be might want to induce labor electively, or they may need to be induced for medical reasons. Dr. Patricia Santiago-Munoz discusses the techniques we can use for cervical ripening, or preparing the cervix for labor.

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Why telemedicine may have a role in pregnancy care in Texas

Pregnant women in rural Texas often have limited access to specialty care. Find out how telemedicine programs can revolutionize pregnancy care, and share your own ideas for bringing telemedicine to the maternal-fetal medicine program.

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5 Exercises to Train for Childbirth

Five exercises and techniques you can use to prepare your body for labor and delivery.