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  • Jury awards Waverly family $55 million in Hopkins malpractice case

    Jury awards Waverly family $55 million in Hopkins malpractice case
    After hours of labor, Enso Martinez cried as his wife, Rebecca Fielding, was carried from their Waverly home on a stretcher en route to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Fielding, who had wanted to deliver her baby at home with the help of a midwife, assured her...
  • Good afternoon, Baltimore: Tuesday lunchtime lowdown

    ON THE SITE... Plan to be aired for trimming city's climate impact: A draft strategy, prepared by a 25-member advisory committee, ticks off more than three dozen ideas for reducing the city's carbon footprint, some as simple as promoting more biking,...
  • Details on midwife unaired in Hopkins malpractice case

    Details on midwife unaired in Hopkins malpractice case
    When a jury ordered Johns Hopkins Hospital to pay $55 million to a Baltimore family whose newborn was brain-damaged, the case hinged on what doctors and nurses did in the two hours before birth. But the jury never heard about the nurse midwife trying...
  • Divorce is the New Black

    As a mother of a young child, I feel it's important to stay up on the latest fashions. As such, I just blew the better part of this past year on the DivorceCoaster.  Awesome ride. We decided to throw some sawdust on the vomit and stick it out. Whatever...
  • A little leverage leads to a smoother delivery

    I was describing in last week's article a cow in labor I saw recently on a particularly hot day. She had a common condition of late pregnancy called a uterine torsion, or twisted uterus. Most of the time the uterus twists counterclockwise and this cow was...
  • The birth of a trend: Posting childbirth videos online

    The birth of a trend: Posting childbirth videos online
    Google "childbirth video," and hundreds of videos pop up, some with millions of views. "The Unassisted Birth of Jason Shawn II," a YouTube video which shows a woman grunting and shrieking in an inflatable pool before giving birth on her own, has 3.5...
  • Warning against early-elective deliveries for expectant mothers

    Warning against early-elective deliveries for expectant mothers
    A warning against a Cesarean section and induced labor for moms-to-be from the Kansas March of Dimes.  The organization, along with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, announced a new initiative, urging women to reach 40 weeks in their...
  • NM abortion complaint highlights privacy concerns

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A woman from New York came to New Mexico to terminate her pregnancy at one of the nation's four late-term abortion clinics after she found out the fetus she had been carrying for more than eight months had severe brain...
  • Jay Leno spotlights Allentown and IronPigs

    In this week's medical news, it turns out that a chain of hospitals run by the Roman Catholic Church has decided that unborn babies are people, after all, and an Allentown group of urologists has been featured on national television in an alarming way....
  • The law of averages eventually wins

    I'm a "Rule of Law" kind of guy. I believe in following the laws and rules set forth by our society, provided they are just. I also believe in following natural laws like the law of gravity and the law of averages. In fact, we really have no choice in...
  • Birth centers, midwives reduce need for c-sections, study finds