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Childbirth Options Explored

Unnecessary medical interventions during labor are putting women at risk, according to a 2015 report from the National Partnership for Women & Families. This means that it's important for women to consider their expectations for childbirth and to let those expectations guide their decisions. They should fully consider who will provide care and where that care will take place.

Our Growing Resistance to Antibiotics [Infographic]

According to the CDC, approximately 2 million people are diagnosed with antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections annually around the country, and at least 23,000 die due to these infections. In this piece, we'll discuss sources of exposure, trends in resistance, and what primary care providers can do to support proper and effective antibiotic use.

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