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Eliminating Confusion Over Links Between Induced Labor and Autism

Posted October 6, 2016 by Stacy Bolzenius

Over time, investigations into the causes of autism spectrum disorder have brought some alarming correlations to light. Researchers studying the incidence of the neurological condition noticed a higher number of cases diagnosed in children of mothers who had induced labor to deliver their babies. The results caused a ripple of alarm in the medical obstetrics community who note that inducing labor has a number of legitimate uses in protecting women’s health and keeping babies safe during the birth process. The questions raised Continue reading…

5 Benefits of Attending a Live CME Conference

Posted September 12, 2016 by Stacy Bolzenius

Earning continuing medical education credits is a requirement in many states for women’s health professionals to be board-certified and maintain their license. Those who must earn CME credits can do so online or at live conferences. While online programs offer convenience and allow doctors to complete them on their own schedule, there are several advantages of attending a live CME conference instead. 1. They encourage discussions Live conferences provide doctors with the opportunity to engage in discussions with presenters about educational material, Continue reading…