In The Media

POPSUGAR. | ‘The Truth About Taking the Morning-After Pill If You Weigh More Than 175 Pounds – March 24th, 2019’

“ ‘Data suggests that certain formulations of emergency contraception are less effective at BMIs above 30,” Cherie Richey, MD, an ob-gyn at Columbus Women’s Care in Columbus, OH told POPSUGAR.’ ”

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St. George’s University | ‘What Is an OB/GYN? A Look at the Doctors Specializing in Women’s Health – November 12th, 2018’

“What is an OB/GYN? Starting with a simple definition is a good way to get introduced to any medical field. We asked Dr. Cherie Richey, OB/GYN and president of Columbus Women’s Care, to offer some clarification.”

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Tonic | ‘How Bad Is It to Breastfeed After a Few Drinks- March 27th, 2018’

“The more important question is: What happens if a mom drinks two martinis daily, chronically, or multiple times throughout the week?”

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Romper | ‘What’s The Difference Between A Scheduled C-Section & An Emergency C-Section? – November 22nd, 2017’

“Any emergency during labor is stressful and frightening, and women will inevitably experience the two procedures differently. But what should mothers know about these surgeries in advance?”

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