I have been reading an alarming book by Ben Goldacre, a British physician and journalist who writes a sometimes column for The Guardian called Bad Science, and has a website and a book with the same name. He also has two Ted Talk videos that provide a lot of information very fast, unlike his books.
A new study from the University of California, San Francisco, reported in the New York Times by Catherine St Louis (Feb 5, 2014), suggests that obstetricians have been placing unrealistic limitations on the time a mother is allowed to push her baby out in the second stage of labor (the period after which the cervix
I am writing this from Nepal, where I have spent 4-8 weeks every spring for the past four years working with One Heart World-wide (OHWW), a small non-governmental organization (NGO) whose mission is to save lives of mothers and babies in places where the death rates are way too high.
How good is the information that you see on this webpage? For that matter, how good is the information that you get on any webpage, or in the media in general?