Fall 2020 Free Public Webinar:

 Evidence on the Top 5 Most Common Reasons for Induction

Did You Know??

In the U.S., about 41% of mothers (2 out of 5) said their care provider tried to induce labor! A recent study found that the top 5 reasons for attempting a medical labor induction include:

  1. Being close to the due date
  2. Experiencing health problems
  3. Worry about being “overdue”
  4. Waters had broken
  5. Baby was getting too big

In this free webinar, we will look at the actual research evidence on induction for these top 5 reasons!

Webinar registration is open. Each showing is identical and occurs live. You only need to register for one!

CEUs are not provided; however, you will learn info about how you can earn CEs at Evidence Based Birth®

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Oct 14

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Oct 18

2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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Oct 20

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Male circumcision is defined as the partial or total surgical removal of the foreskin (also called prepuce), which is specialized tissue that covers the head (or glans) of the penis.

In this article, we explore the research evidence as well as the ethical debate around routine circumcisions performed on newborn males.

Evidence on: Induction for Gestational Diabetes

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Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is high blood sugar that develops during pregnancy. Most people in the U.S. drink “Glucola” as part of a routine screening test for GDM. This article will explain the evidence for diagnosing gestational diabetes, and discuss the potential risks linked to the condition, as well as the potential benefits from treatment.

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