This Nearly Universal Childbirth Practice Doesn’t Make Labor Safer
Little evidence backs the use of the nearly universal childbirth practice of electronic fetal heart rate monitoring.
Pregnant women rightly expect that when they’re in labour, medical staff will observe them and their baby closely, and can deal…
We've asked the professor of midwifery and the professor of obstetrics featured in the short documentary above to each respond…
Medical and surgical intervention during birth continues to rise in much of the world.
Here is, perhaps, a surprising fact: Birth is the most common reason that Canadian women are hospitalized each year.
Some medical procedures surrounding child birth are unnecessary, studies have found, and can actually cause harm to the baby or…