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Pregnancy Outcomes in Women with Anorexia Nervosa

Current research on pregnancy outcomes in women with anorexia nervosa has yielded conflicting results. While some studies report an increased risk of cesarean delivery, miscarriage, preterm birth, and small?for?gestational age birth in this population, others find no association. Many of the studies are limited by small sample sixe and do not account for severity of… Read More »

15 Things the Red Cross Wants You to Know

Red Cross reps dish on the things they wish people knew, from preparing to give blood to responding to disasters. They do way more than host blood drives Let’s be honest: “When people think about the Red Cross, they usually think of the organization responding to large disasters like hurricanes or hosting blood drives in… Read More »

Telehealth Is Just Healthcare Now – One Post-COVID Certainty, Three Reports

As we wrestle with just “what” health care will look like “after COVID,” there’s one certainty that we can embrace in our health planning and forecasting efforts: that’s the persistence of telehealth and virtual care into health care work- and life-flows, for clinicians and consumers alike and aligned. There’s been a flurry of research into… Read More »