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Re: updated FAQ

Postby caryn » Mon Nov 09, 2015 07:43 pm

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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)
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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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Re: updated FAQ

Postby caryn » Mon Nov 09, 2015 07:43 pm

Looking to participate in research into these syndromes? Check out the Preeclampsia Registry and Biobank.
Looking to apply for a grant to support research into these syndromes? Take a look at our Vision Grant program.

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. Just wanna know why they suggested a baby aspirin?
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?
A chance to participate in research? For us on Facebook or Twitter?

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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Re: updated FAQ

Postby caryn » Mon Nov 09, 2015 07:42 pm

ACOG's 2013 Guideline Summary: Hypertension in Pregnancy
The British Pre-Eclampsia Community Guideline: PRECOG

Videos!

The Preeclampsia Foundation's white paper on late effects of the syndrome:
Preeclampsia Identifies Women at Risk for Cardiovascular Disease
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?
A chance to participate in research? For us on Facebook or Twitter?

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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updated FAQ

Postby caryn » Mon Nov 09, 2015 07:41 pm

Big articles in the popular press on the mechanisms of placental disease (preeclampsia/ eclampsia/ HELLP):
The New Yorker: The Preeclampsia Puzzle
New York Times: Silent Struggle: A New Theory of Pregnancy
Aeon Magazine: War In The Womb
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?
A chance to participate in research? For us on Facebook or Twitter?

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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