Preeclampsia, a leading cause of maternal and infant illness, can develop before and after delivery and can affect the mother's health later in life. Detecting this pregnancy complication early is vital for the health of the baby and the mother.
Researchers from UChicago publish new findings about how religiously-affiliated hospitals can restrict access to reproductive care, especially for women covered by federally-provided insurance.
Before Keyanta and Zakiya Moton knew it, their son Kahari was on his way — more than three months before his due date. Fortunately, the high-risk pregnancy and neonatal care team at the Family Birth Center has expertise in managing the complications mom and baby experienced during and after Kahari's birth.