Neil Silverman

UCLA Medical School

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OB/GYN and a professor at the UCLA Medical School

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Each year, hundreds of thousands of pregnant women are put on bed rest. Most of us know someone who has been prescribed days or weeks in bed, either at home or in the hospital.

The Bed Rest Hoax

Each year, hundreds of thousands of pregnant women are put on bed rest. Most of us know someone who has been prescribed days or weeks in bed, either at home or in the hospital.

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