FAQ: research, vids, articles, fundraising

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FAQ: research, vids, articles, fundraising

Postby caryn » Sun May 17, 2009 06:32 pm

Big articles in the popular press on the mechanisms of preeclampsia:
The New Yorker: The Preeclampsia Puzzle
New York Times: Silent Struggle: A New Theory of Pregnancy

Big articles in the popular press on the effects of preeclampsia:
New York Times: Pregnancy Problem is a Heart Warning

The Preeclampsia Foundation's outreach video: If Only We Knew: The Quest To Conquer Preeclampsia

The Preeclampsia Foundation's white paper on late effects of the syndrome:
Preeclampsia Identifies Women at Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

The National Institutes of Health: Working Group Report on High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy
The British Pre-Eclampsia Community Guideline: PRECOG

Looking to participate in research into these syndromes? Check out the newly launched NIH site ResearchMatch or look for relevant studies on the Foundation's "Participate in A Study" section.

Looking for lectures from researchers? Check these videos from Saving Grace 2006.

Looking for everything recent on diet and exercise factors, or about a relationship between PE and PCOS, or something similar? Check the Recent articles and studies grouped by subject

Looking for ways to help raise funds for the Preeclampsia Foundation while you shop and surf, or a bumper sticker, or a t-shirt? Check our the Foundation's Marketplace, CafePress shop, or choose us on GoodSearch or at GoodShop.

(I've had tooooo many stickies in this forum for months. Everything should be here; if you see that something's missing, or if you'd like me to add another link to this, please email me at caryn dot rogers at preeclampsia dot org.)
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Science! The articles you don't want to miss:
The Preeclampsia Puzzle (New Yorker) and Silent Struggle: A New Theory of Pregnancy (New York Times)
Looking for recent articles and studies? Lectures from researchers?
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Caryn, @carynjrogers, who is not a doctor and who talks about science stuff *way* too much
DS Oscar born by emergent C-section at 34 weeks for fetal indicators, due to severe PE
DD Bridget born by C-section after water broke at 39 weeks after a healthy pregnancy
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