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New Online Pregnancy Resource For Women

I wanted to let you know about a wonderful new online resource for pregnancy education here at Revolution Health. I helped to develop the Advanced Answers Pregnancy Center along with a team of experts from Columbia University’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. It is a comprehensive, multi-media educational tool to help women (especiallly high risk moms-to-be) learn about their pregnancy and birthing options.

I’m very proud of Dr. Mary D’Alton’s team for their outstanding work on this unique center. Where else on the Internet can you find cutting edge, consumer-friendly pregnancy information written by the top minds in maternal health? I guess you could say that I feel as if I’m the proud new mom of a pregnancy education center!

I also want to tell you about another exciting tool that I helped to build: the momScore. This is the first heatlhcare quality index targeted specifically for women. With the help of an interactive map of the United States, women can compare how their home states stack up against others on women’s health issues. How mom-friendly is your state? View the momScore tool to find out.

Thanks for checking out my two new “babies” – knowledge is power, so go get some!

*Advanced Answers Pregnancy Center*

*The momScore*This post originally appeared on Dr. Val’s blog at

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2 Responses to “New Online Pregnancy Resource For Women”

  1. RH Host Melissa says:

    Thanks Dr. Val for the additional resources.  It’s great to be able to have access to so much information 🙂

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