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Using a mannequin to simulate dangerous scenarios, a team at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center learns standard treatments for obstetric emergencies like hemorrhage.
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"It's really a part of the healing process and the coming-to-terms-with-it-all process," Boz Scaggs says of writing an album after losing his home to wildfires.
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Alicia Nichols holds her daughter Diana in her home in February. After the birth of Diana, Nichols suffered unusual postpartum blood loss that she feels was not taken seriously by her doctor.
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