Expanding the Space for Babies In-Utero

LEXINGTON Imagine a five-tiered wedding cake with all the trimmings. Then imagine that in between the layers of cake are

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Physicians and the Continuum of Life

Given the speed of change of medical information, most of the books I accumulated as a medical student rapidly became

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Keeping Women Well for Life

LEXINGTON During her third year at Pikeville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Amy Baker, DO, underwent a life-changing experience— she helped

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Today’s VBAC Options Make ‘Once a C-section, Always a C-section’ Old News

LOUISVILLE When Ann Grider, MD, joined Women First of Louisville in 1998, the pendulum had gone from the long-time assumption

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Invisible Capes

LOUISVILLE In the movies, the Avengers are a group of superheroes of varying superpowers and talents. They come from countries

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Listen to Your Momma

Mac Stone, Ann Bell Stone, and extended family operate Elmwood Stock Farm in Scott County, KY. Mac was the executive

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Pregnancy, Birth, and Beyond

OWENSBORO For most women, pregnancy is one of the most joyous times in their lives. But for women experiencing high-risk

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Centering Pregnancy Sessions for Expecting Moms at University Hospital

LOUISVILLE On her very first night as a third-year medical student on obstetrics, Carol Brees, MD, delivered three babies. “I

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When High Risk Is Normal

LEXINGTON A college basketball coach once said, “I don’t want a player who can make the easy look difficult, I

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Bringing Maternal-Fetal Medicine to the Forefront

OWENSBORO Recognizing a need is half the battle, and when Thomas Tabb, MD, started traveling to Owensboro, Ky. once a

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