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Free to Breastfeed: Voices of Black Women, a new book by Jeanine Valrie Logan and Anayah Sangodele-Ayoka, shares the raw, inspiring and triumphant experiences of Black women who breastfeed their
Always committed to celebrating and honoring women's health-related topics, Praeclarus Press is pleased to announce the release of three new breastfeeding books.
Healthcare professionals are sending clear messages about breastfeeding to new families, but working women trying to balance motherhood, breastfeeding and their careers, often struggle.
Breastfeeding is proclaimed as natural and normal, but what happens when there are physiological reasons that prevent mothers from being able to nurse their babies.
Women of child-bearing age are some of the most dedicated users of social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, and use the Internet in almost every aspect of their lives.
By producing books, webinars and other products that support women's health, Praeclarus Press proves its commitment to improving women's lives and creating awareness for all aspects of
Many people are unaware that healthcare workers in perinatal fields are at increased risk for PTSD and Compassion Fatigue. Hear Dr.
Women who give birth the U.S. often find that it can be difficult, and as a result many are hiring doulas to provide continuous labor support.
Healthcare professionals are sending clear messages about breastfeeding to new families, but for working women balancing, motherhood with a career all while maintaining a breastfeeding relationship
In the United States, it is uncommon to see children breastfed past infancy, but certainly there are families in our culture who embrace full-term breastfeeding.
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