First World Colloquium on Hyperemesis Gravidarum
Boston nutritionist Miriam Erick was among 72 attendees at the First World Colloquium on Hyperemesis Gravidarum convened in Bergen Norway October 20-21, 2015, where she presented two posters:
- Why Cognitive Changes Might Occur With Hyperemesis Gravidarum
- The Impact of Hyperemesis Gravidarum on Gestational Malnutrition
Twelve countries were represented, including ob/gyn, internal medicine providers, medical students, PhD candidates, pharmacists, nurses, pediatricians and women who themselves had been ill with this life-threatening problem of pregnancy.
Miriam coauthored an article in the American Journal of Medical Genetics
Maternal vitamin K deficient embryopathy: Association with hyperemesis gravidarum and Crohn disease, American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A, Volume 161, Issue 3, March 2013, Pages: 417–429; abstract available at onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajmg.a.35765/abstract
Excerpted from the Bull Publishing Company blog; written by Claire Cameron
Our author, Miriam Erick, is an expert on morning sickness, or hyperemesis gravidarum. We are proud to say that she recently published an article in The American Journal of Medical Genetics.
But while Miriam is an expert, she also has a rare gift that we always look for in an author: The ability to explain the latest research and opinion in plain and engaging language.
The result is her book, Managing Morning Sickness: A Survival Guide for Pregnant Women.
We sent a copy of Managing Morning Sickness to the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, when she suffered from morning sickness at the beginning of her pregnancy. Her office sent a very lovely thank you in reply.
The exciting news is that you can now benefit from Miriam’s expert advice as we hope Kate Middleton did (she recovered so quickly!).
Managing Morning Sickness is now available as an eBook. You can download and start reading the book now. You will get a 20% discount.
If you have questions about our [Bull] eBooks, we have a helpful page of frequently asked questions.