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Webinar teaches lactation consultants how to go from novice to expert and to be the kind of lactation consultant they always wanted to be.
The first few weeks of new motherhood can be a stressful and lonely time, and friends and family often do not know how they can help.
Many women and health care providers believe that it is dangerous to have a Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC).
Evolutionary Eating, a new book from Praeclarus Press, describes why snacking makes people fat, and why this is a particular problem during the Holidays.
Many new mothers do not get the help and support they need, and are often vulnerable to postpartum depression and other problems.
With almost half of American mothers describing their births as traumatic, health care providers often wonder how to best prepare mothers for a subsequent birth.
For adult survivors of physical or sexual abuse, the Holiday Season can lead to depression and loneliness, as family closeness and togetherness are emphasized.
The Holiday season can be particularly challenging for parents of babies and young children.
Mothers of preterm babies may find that no one understands their unique needs and concerns and reach out to other mothers online.
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
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