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Vaginal exams have become a routine part of pregnancy, but are they really necessary? Should women exercise their right to say no? Read More
Heard of spinal and epidural blocks but aren’t sure whether or not they are the same thing? Here are 3 key differences between these pain relief options. Read More
A recent survey showed there are dads who regret being present for their baby’s birth. Should dads be present? How can they be effective support people? Read More
Here are 7 ways you can help a pregnant mama during her last weeks of pregnancy, and make the waiting a little bit easier. Read More
Elizabeth gave birth 15 months ago, never dreaming it would be a negative experience. The trauma of giving birth left her with post natal depression. Read More
In NY State, black women are much more likely to die during childbirth than white women. A new program turns to doulas to help reduce maternal mortality. Read More
New research is adding to the growing body of evidence showing a link between maternal inflammation during pregnancy with brain development disorders. Read More
One tiny baby, one giant step for working parents. Working parents struggle with demands of new parenthood and work. A new law is set to change that. Read More
The big question on every woman's mind: what is sex like after pregnancy and birth and will it feel the same as it did before? Read More
A new baby is challenging enough without adding in a stay in the NICU. NICU mothers often struggle with mental health and something needs to change. Read More