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Maternal Health

Texas A&M research leads to first drug for postpartum depression

April 2, 2019
Reddy’s research helped develop first-in-class medicine for the brain condition postpartum depression

Diagnosing the tiniest victims of the opioid epidemic

September 14, 2018
Research is underway to identify infants at risk of neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome shortly after birth

Brazos Valley Prenatal Clinic partnership is a win-win

May 30, 2018
Providing life-changing care while enhancing medical education

Texas’ alarming maternal mortality rates

December 7, 2017
How the state and the nation are failing to prevent pregnant women and new mothers from dying—and what can be done about it

A new rural health disparity: Post-partum hospital readmission rates

October 10, 2016
Texas A&M researchers show that rural women are more likely to be rehospitalized after giving birth

You Asked: Is my body ready to have another baby?

April 19, 2016
Twelve months after giving birth is the magic number

New CDC study: Nearly half of U.S. women gain too much weight while pregnant

November 13, 2015

For many pregnant women, the old adage “eating for two” may not be the best advice to follow. A new CDC study found nearly half of U.S. mothers gain too much weight during pregnancy. Is it time for moms-to-be to replace eating “twice as much” with eating “twice as healthy?”

School of Public Health receives federal grant to establish maternal and child health program

May 14, 2015

The Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded a $350,000, 5-year grant to support the creation of the interdisciplinary program in maternal and child health at the school.

Wells to present research at AcademyHealth Public Health Systems Research Close-Up Briefing

August 22, 2014

Rebecca Wells, Ph.D. was invited to present and discuss her research at a Public Health Systems Research Close-Up Briefing conducted by AcademyHealth in Washington D.C.