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10 Things to Know About Exercising in Pregnancy


Getting and Staying Healthy for Baby

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Depression during pregnancy


Depression (also called major depression) is a medical condition in which strong feelings of sadness last for a long time and interfere with your daily life. It needs treatment to get better.

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How I added my voice to the war cry of millions of women who have given birth before me


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Breastfeeding Uncovered: Who really decides how we feed our babies


High numbers of new mothers in Western culture are experiencing physical difficulties with breastfeeding, at a level that far exceeds expectations or levels in other cultures. These difficulties cannot be explained by physiological issues alone, instead, complex social and cultural factors are working against women to damage milk supply. Dr Brown explores these influences, why they matter and what we can together do about them.

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How to survive night-time nursing sessions


As you probably know, breastfeeding provides countless benefits to you, your baby, and your family. Although as comforting and healthy as breastfeeding can be, it is not always easy in the first few weeks after giving birth—especially at night.

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Skin to Skin

The importance of skin to skin contact


There are now a multitude of studies that show that mothers and babies should be together, skin to skin (baby naked, not wrapped in a blanket) immediately after birth, as well as later

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Skin to skin Launch invitation


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Bedtime use of media devices more than doubles the risk of poor sleep in children


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About Communications and Conversations


Talking and communication skills. Teaches meaningful conversing, talking, and communicating with others. Learn skills to improve your communications and relationships. Communication with spouse, children & communicating at work. Communicate intimately and logically.

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Everyday Miracles

Everyday Miracles celebrates birth by using the power of poetic narration, music, and compelling birth footage to help you open up communication about the birth experience. Created by Lamaze Educators and InJoy, Everyday Miracles is the short, inspirational video you've been waiting for to hook parents and give them confidence in their own ability to give birth


10 Funniest Things Said During Labour and Delivery


“Funny” may not be the first word that springs to mind when you think about going into labor, but sometimes the chaos — and, yes, the pain — causes women to say some downright funny things. Here are some amusing real-life quotes that we gleaned from the delivery room, birthing pool, where-have-you…

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