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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.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has recently recognized that when women receive doula care during labor they are less likely to have cesarean births.
May is recognized as Perinatal Mood Disorders Awareness Month, and with increasing awareness of the troubles that many new mothers face, Praeclarus Press brings you a riveting new memoir about
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Praeclarus Press produces works covering the topics of birth, breastfeeding, mother-infant sleep, trauma, depression, child abuse, healthcare disparities and Alzheimer's disease.
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
In the United States one out of every three births is a cesarean section, a statistic that has risen dramatically since it was first measured in 1965.
In the United States the doula profession is growing and gaining more recognition as women become more informed about their birth options and have access to more providers of their choosing.
Praeclarus Press is excited to bring perinatal professionals the chance to learn and discuss the most up-to-date findings on maternal-infant safety.