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Caring for parents affected by Alzheimer's and dementia is often an overwhelming journey for caregivers as it is filled with uncertainty, anger, sadness and guilt.
Many who work in the perinatal field consider their work highly rewarding, but often forget the stress of their jobs can have negative effects on them.
An increasing number of mothers-to-be in the U.S. are hiring doulas, practitioners who provide continuous support to women in labor. Join us as Dr.
Dr. Daniel Singley describes the unique and long-lasting contributions that fathers make to their babies' development in an upcoming webinar from Praeclarus Press and the Simkin Center.
The rate of infant and maternal mortality for Blacks is twice the rate for Whites in the U.S., so it is important to address barriers to care that Black women face.
In Birth Ambassadors: Doulas and the Re-Emergence of Woman-Supported Birth in America, a new book published by Praeclarus Press, Christine Morton and Elayne Clift describe why women are seeking
With many women unsure about what to expect from motherhood, strong support networks rooted in our communities are essential to making successful transitions to their new roles.
Caring for parents affected by dementia can be overwhelming for caregivers as it is often a journey filled with uncertainty, anger, sadness and guilt.
Dementia can unleash a flood of emotions ranging from fear, sadness, frustration, guilt, and anger, which can be overwhelming for patients and family caregivers alike.
Authors Christine Morton and Elayne Clift, in their forthcoming book, Birth Ambassadors, describe the role of doulas in American birth settings.
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