The poor will always be with us, and they want and need healthcareThe most vulnerable deserve care and coverage for preventative health services.
Medical marijuana: An oxymoron and a risk to fetusesIt's never appropriate in pregnancy, says our editor in chief.
Zika: A report from the front linesIn Florida, the public is worried and the news keeps getting worse.
MACRA primer for ob/gynsEven if you see few Medicare patients, start preparing for value-focused payment.
Why are ob/gyns burning out?Issues with work-life balance, reimbursement, and time are contributors.
Editorial: Slow progress in management of the morbidly adherent placentaEarly diagnosis, meticulous pre-op prep, and definitive extirpative surgery are key.
Enhanced FHR monitoring: No magic bulletA recent trial reveals that ST-segment analysis does not improve CP rates.
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Mild chronic hypertension in pregnancy: To treat or not to treat?The debate over which approach most benefits mother and baby still rages.
The promise and peril of new prenatal diagnostic technologiesThe ethical, economic, and practice management challenges associated with advanced testing increase as the technology advances.