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Dr. Lena Sun is chief of pediatric anesthesiology at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital and a specialist at CUIMC in New York City.
A team at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York analyzed interviews of nearly 13,000 people taking part in a national study.
The survey results did not surprise Dr. Doreen Chung, a urologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
“I certainly think that all women who have had preeclampsia need to have good primary care,” said Dr. Eliza Miller, a neurologist at Columbia University.
"That event was a big wake up call to all of us," said Dr. Zev Williams, chief of infertility at Columbia University Fertility Center.
The grieving process can be a long one, but psychiatrist M. Katherine Shear says there are several things people need to do to move forward in their lives after a loss like this.
It’s really important to look at people’s emotional health on this global scale, says Jeffrey Borenstein, MD, an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University.
Dr. Deborah Hasin, professor of epidemiology at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, told UPI that users were asked to explain certain physical and mental symptoms.
"Gastrointestinal problems ... can have profound effects on a child's behavior," Dr. Kara Gross Margolis, an associate professor of pediatrics at Columbia University, said in a press release.
Dr. Kevin Kalinsky, a breast cancer specialist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, suggested that patients like those in the study should talk to their doctors.