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WEBSITE LAUNCH | Prenatal Oral Health Program (pOHP©)
The UNC School of Dentistry's Department of Pediatric Dentistry and School of Medicine's Department of OB-GYN have launched the website for their Prenatal Oral Health Program. The program is designed to educate with resources for medical and dental health care providers as well as expectant mothers on the principles of prenatal oral health.
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WRAL Rex On Call | All About Mom
The July 21, 2014 broadcast was about pregnancy, birth and babies.
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North Carolina 17-P Update for Prevention of Recurrent Preterm Birth
The UNC MFM division would like to take this opportunity to keep you informed of the current details on how to prescribe progesterone to your patients.
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First Trimester Screen with Instant Risk Assessment
New genetic screening service offered to patients.
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Dr. Julie Johnson Joins Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Part-time maternal-fetal medicine program at FirstHealth in Pinehurst is now full-time with the addition of Dr. Johnson.
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real doctors, real people - William Goodnight
At work, Dr. William Goodnight takes care of women with high-risk pregnancies. At play, he likes to mountain bike. And run trails. And do a little white water kayaking -- all on the same day.
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Terbutaline and Preterm Labor
FDA has concluded that the risk of serious adverse events outweighs any potential benefit to pregnant women receiving prolonged treatment with terbutaline injection (beyond 48-72 hours), or acute or prolonged treatment with oral terbutaline.
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Is there a link with postpartum depression and the "love hormone"?
Based on this study, we are starting a NIH-funded 5-year project to understand the role of oxytocin in postpartum depression and bonding between mothers and babies.
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FirstHealth to Partner with UNC to Offer Maternal-Fetal Medicine Program
A UNC partnership with FirstHealth of the Carolinas will give women in the mid-Carolinas convenient local access to a wider variety of specialty services related to high-risk pregnancy.
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