November 2016

CU Fertility Research Earns National Attention  

A Time article details an award-winning Advanced Reproductive Medicine study on how more omega-3 fatty acids (found in FDA-approved supplements, salmon and flaxseed) might boost fertility. 

Drs. Skaznik-Wikiel’s & Polotsky’s surprising discovery
Urogynecology

Expanding Our Care Team

The two new additions to the team are Dr. Marsha Guess and Dr. Lauren Rascoff, both are trading in the East Coast for the Rocky Mountains. 
Dr. Guess puts you at ease
Dr. Rascoff’s whole-patient care
OB/GYN & Family Planning

Laughing Gas for Labor?

We’re the only hospital in the area to offer nitrous oxide (laughing gas) as an option for managing labor pain, as well as reducing anxiety.
Our plans for birthing pain
Advanced Reproductive Medicine

You Are What Your Grandparents Ate

A new and exciting field of research called epigenetics suggests that lifestyle choices – good or bad – may affect the embryos of your offspring and theirs.
Get the facts
Gynecologic Oncology 

Fears of Genetic Testing Misplaced

Dr. Jaime Arruda discusses the current and future states of genetic testing, including the ethical dilemmas we’ll have to hurdle to manage this new technology.
Should we leave nature alone?
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