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21
Oct

Essence Article- Social media has been flooded with images from these women — and, yes, they’re all licensed doctors. Earlier this week, we wrote about Tamika Cross, a doctor that was denied access to helping a patient on a Delta flight because of racial discrimation, she claimed. Since then, Black female physicians all over the […]

21
Apr

I’ve been a Neonatologist now for over 16 years and physician for 22. As a Neonatologist my job is to take care of sick babies. Babies who are premature or born with significant birth defects or breathing problems, some of whom will not survive. It’s a strange place to be in …to know that every […]

17
Oct

I have always associated September with National Infant Mortality Awareness Month…a time when we all pause to reflect on the thousands of babies who die each year before their 1st birthday and the causes of those deaths including prematurity, birth defects, and sudden infant death syndrome. But this year on my ever current Facebook timeline I […]

16
Oct

I am often amazed at the strength of the parents of our tiniest babies– the fighters–the 1lb hero’s and shero’s that are often celebrated in the media. What goes through their minds as one physician after another begins to share grim and frightening statistics shortly after a birth. At time when parents should be contemplating […]

13
Oct

Although I have been taking care of babies and families for over 15 years when it was time to take care of myself I didn’t have a clue as to where to begin. As a neonatologist I get the pleasure of attending deliveries usually every day…I get to witness the miracle of birth every day…and […]

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