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Blog Posts in 2020

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  • Are Forceps Safe?
    Are Forceps Safe?

    About 400 years ago, a royal surgeon serving the Queen of England had an idea. He invented metal claws, called forceps, that would help babies move through the birth canal and could readjust them if ...

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  • Can I Film My Child’s Birth?
    Can I Film My Child’s Birth?

    New parents filming their child’s birth is a tradition as old as the camcorder, made easier now by nearly everyone having a high-quality camera in their pocket. While many parents want to film their ...

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  • Georgia has Failed Black Mothers
    Georgia has Failed Black Mothers

    Georgia is the worst place to give birth in the United States. The maternal mortality rate for black women in Atlanta is 66 in 100,000. That rate is identical to Syria or Peru. This is unacceptable. ...

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  • C-Section vs. Forceps: Which is Safer For Your Baby?
    C-Section vs. Forceps: Which is Safer For Your Baby?

    What is the safest method for assisted-delivery? C-section, vacuum (suction), and forceps all positives and negatives. However, some methods have a lower risk factor than others. So which is best, ...

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  • Understanding Latent Car Crash Injuries
    Understanding Latent Car Crash Injuries

    There are 6,000,000 car accidents per year in the US. Of those, about 30% result in injuries that require immediate medical attention. But not all injuries are immediately apparent; some take days or ...

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  • What Georgia Parents Should Know About Car Seats
    What Georgia Parents Should Know About Car Seats

    Every state has different laws when it comes to car seat safety. Some states regulate a child’s safety by age alone. Others use height and weight. Georgia uses a mixture of the two systems, ensuring ...

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