Should We Test More Drugs on Pregnant Women?
, August 8, 2013
With 64% of pregnant women in the U.S. taking at least one medication during pregnancy, experts are arguing that it’s unethical not to include them in the testing of new drugs.
Poll: Do you encourage pre-conception genetic testing?
February 19, 2013
Preconception genetic carrier testing has become more widely available and affordable, but is not always routinely recommended by physicians. Do you encourage it among patients planning to conceive?
Poll: Do You Educate Women about When They're Fertile?
October 9, 2012
A study published online by the Journal of Advanced Nursing found that 87% of women seeking infertility treatment could not correctly identify which days of their menstrual cycle they were fertile, even though 68% said they had accurately timed intercourse in order to conceive.
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How Physicians Can Manage Unexpected Free Time Jennifer Frank, MD,
October 22, 2013
Whether you have an unexpected patient no-show, or two hours before bed, figuring out how to spend spurts of free time can be a work-life balance stressor.
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