More than 3 million pregnant women give birth annually in the United States. But physicians still know little about the best ways to manage the crucial second stage of labor, the stage that is the hardest physically on mothers and their babies. A study from the School of Medicine will look at how best to manage this stage of labor.
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Unusual skin cancer linked to chronic allergy from metal orthopedic implant
The dwindling stock of antibiotics, and what to do about it
Teen pregnancies, abortions plunge with free birth control
Review identifies factors associated with childhood brain tumors
The dwindling supply of antibiotics: The university's Michael Kinch says it's time for research institutions to provide new avenues for drug discovery to replace the failing private enterprise model. MORE
Preparing for life beyond Olin: Every fall semester, Olin's Weston Career Center conducts "Meet The Firms," where students are able to meet and interact with companies in a stress-free environment. Watch Video
Kelle H. Moley elected to Institute of Medicine
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