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How can we improve our support to empower dads? Reflections from the Road
August 11, 2022
How can we improve our support to empower dads? Reflections from the Road

I met some amazing people while on the Re-Connect Tour 2022 this summer and came away with new friendships, renewed energy, and lasting memories. Early into the two-month tour I began thinking a lot about dads. After numerous opportunities to spend...

Not Just Physical: the Psychological Burden of Preeclampsia and HELLP Syndrome
August 09, 2022
Not Just Physical: the Psychological Burden of Preeclampsia and HELLP Syndrome

Stress caused by a traumatic pregnancy and delivery can often override the ability to emotionally cope, leading to psychiatric complications such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and postpartum mood disorders (PPMD) like depression (PPD) and...

Peter J. Pappas Grant Recipients
July 18, 2022
Peter J. Pappas Grant Recipients

2021 Recipients Multi-omics for precision medicine in preeclampsia Principal Investigator: Kathryn J. Gray, MD, PhD Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital (The General Hospital Corp) Center for Genomic Medicine Description: A la...

Preeclampsia Foundation Seeks Letters of Intent  for 2023 Peter Joseph Pappas Research Grants
July 06, 2022
Preeclampsia Foundation Seeks Letters of Intent for 2023 Peter Joseph Pappas Research Grants

The Preeclampsia Foundation is seeking Letters of Intent for the Peter Joseph Pappas Research Grants funding program, designed to accelerate preeclampsia research.  The ultimate goal of this grant program is to drive research that will eliminate...

Balancing Hope & Concerns: Reflections from the Road
July 05, 2022
Balancing Hope & Concerns: Reflections from the Road

The pandemic hasn’t stopped everything. In some cases, it has been the catalyst for the kind of innovation that is poised to stay with us long past mandatory quarantines and telehealth visits. Spending two months on the road has given me in-de...

Could a new blood test help rule out preeclampsia?
July 01, 2022
Could a new blood test help rule out preeclampsia?

Promising New Test May Help to Rule-Out Suspected Preeclampsia in At-Risk Pregnant Women To diagnose preeclampsia, healthcare providers rely on measurable signs: a woman’s blood pressure, the amount of protein in her urine, and tests for how...

Weighing the pros and cons of early delivery in women with preeclampsia
July 01, 2022
Weighing the pros and cons of early delivery in women with preeclampsia

Planned delivery or expectant management in preeclampsia: an individual participant data meta-analysis Delivery of the baby and the placenta is still the only definitive management for preeclampsia, and planned delivery is recommended for all wome...

How's your heart health? 30-year follow-up after preeclampsia
July 01, 2022
How's your heart health? 30-year follow-up after preeclampsia

Cardiovascular Risk Factors Mediate the Long-Term Maternal Risk Associated With Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy Experiencing a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy increases risk for cardiovascular disease in later life. However, few studies hav...

New study results change guidelines for treating mild hypertension in pregnancy
July 01, 2022
New study results change guidelines for treating mild hypertension in pregnancy

Treatment for Mild Chronic Hypertension during Pregnancy (Results from the CHAPS Trial) Treating mild chronic hypertension with medications during pregnancy is beneficial and safe for mother and baby, according to the results of a study published...

Preeclampsia Foundation CEO kicks off “Re-Connect Tour”  road trip to 17 states
May 31, 2022
Preeclampsia Foundation CEO kicks off “Re-Connect Tour” road trip to 17 states

MELBOURNE, Fla. – Preeclampsia is a life-threatening hypertensive disorder affecting 300,000 pregnant women in the U.S. annually, often yielding serious complications for mother and baby as well as long-term effects. Eleni Z. Tsigas is devoti...

Any Pregnancy is at Risk for Preeclampsia. Make Sure You Know the Signs
May 02, 2022
Any Pregnancy is at Risk for Preeclampsia. Make Sure You Know the Signs

April 30, 2022 - Melbourne, FL – Preeclampsia, a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy, is a leading cause of premature birth and a major contributor to adverse maternal outcomes and maternal death. This May, the Preeclampsia Foundation, a US-ba...

Could exercise decrease risk for developing a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy?
March 30, 2022
Could exercise decrease risk for developing a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy?

Effects of Supervised Exercise on the Development of Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Exercise is recommended to support a healthy pregnancy when determined safe by a patient’s healthcare provider Rese...

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