2019 Health Care Champions Top Doctor: Dr. Staci Niemoth – Springfield Business Journal

SBJ photo by Jessica Rosa The work of Dr. Staci Niemoth has a ripple effect difficult to match. As an OB-GYN at CoxHealth, she’s personally delivered thousands of babies and impacted the health care of thousands of women throughout the Springfield region. She’s run her obstetrics and gynecology practice for 11 years and the last… Read More

Top Docs 2019 – Baltimore magazine

Here are 702 of Greater Baltimore’s best physicians in every specialty under the sun. You’ve been under the weather, and, naturally, turned to the internet to self-diagnose. And, according to your not-that-scientific search, it’s clear: You either have progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy, Dercum’s disease, or bilharzia. Or maybe it’s just an autumn flu generously left by… Read More

Women’s Sportswear & Fitness Clothing Market – Global Industry to Witness Healthy Growth Over 2019-2025 – Tech Admirers

Share Tweet Share Share Email ResearchMoz present a comprehensive research report namely “Global Women’s Sportswear & Fitness Clothing Market Insights, Forecast to 2025” which reveals an extensive analysis of global industry by delivering the detailed information about Forthcoming Trends, Customer’s Expectations, Technological Improvements, Competitive Dynamics and Working Capital in the Market. This is an in-depth… Read More

Women's Sports: US athletes speak out following Mary Cain's Oregon Project revelations – GIVEMESPORT

Multiple US female athletes who trained under Alberto Salazar at the now-disbanded Nike Oregon Project have described a culture of abuse following Mary Cain’s revelations. Middle distance runner, Mary Cain, has accused the disgraced trainer Alberto Salazar of “emotional and physical abuse”.  Cain joined Salazar’s Nike Oregon Project at just 16 years old and Salazar… Read More

‘Mentally ill’ murdered Belfast woman Anne O'Neill twice turned down medical help – Belfast Telegraph

Anne O’Neill and her son Declan ‘Mentally ill’ murdered Belfast woman Anne O’Neill twice turned down medical help BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A Belfast woman murdered by her son had twice turned down offers of help in 2016 and 2017, which could have involved measures to prevent her coming to harm. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/mentally-ill-murdered-belfast-woman-anne-oneill-twice-turned-down-medical-help-38678506.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article38679008.ece/d9163/AUTOCROP/h342/eill__a-_Read-Only_.jpg Email A Belfast woman murdered… Read More

Initiative aims to improve women's health – Maroon

Maria AlvaradoNovember 11, 2019 Expecting mothers and newly delivered moms are about to get health help in addition to their new bundles of joy. The city of New Orleans and Touro Hospital are working together to improve women’s health in the city through the Healthy Women New Orleans initiative. The initiative consists of a series… Read More

The war on women's medical rights in Missouri and Arkansas – Arkansas Times

LOOKING AHEAD: Given his record as an abortion foe, will new federal Judge Lee Rudofsky do as his predecessor did and not hear abortion cases? Highly recommended for its shock value: An account in the Washington Post by a Missouri ob/gyn of the state of Missouri’s persistent and invasive efforts to shut down that state’s… Read More