UAMS, Arkansas Crime Lab partner to offer forensic pathology fellowship
Physicians who have completed a residency program in anatomic or anatomic/clinical pathology can apply for a one-year fellowship in forensic pathology being offered through UAMS and the Arkansas State Crime Laboratory. The fellowship will start July 1, 2024, according to a Monday press release from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. The program was […]
Idaho bans nearly all abortions — and just declined to expand postpartum Medicaid coverage
Without coverage from Idaho’s Medicaid program, Moscow resident Erin Singer is convinced she would have felt forced to seek an abortion when she got pregnant with her son in 2017. And without coverage from Medicaid after she gave birth, Singer wouldn’t have been able to afford the physical therapy required to treat the debilitating pelvic […]
The US remains a grim leader in preterm births. Why? And can we fix it?
Tamara Etienne’s second pregnancy was freighted with risk and worry from its earliest days — exacerbated by a first pregnancy that had ended in miscarriage. A third-grade teacher at an overcrowded Miami-Dade County public school, she spent harried days on her feet. Financial worries weighed heavy, even with health insurance and some paid time off […]