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Social media has long been under fire for banning birth photos. A change of policy to allow childbirth photos is a victory for the positive birth movement. Read More
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A Swiss research project is looking at how inducing labour before c-section might help mothers initiate breastfeeding. Read More
A combination of societal norms and expectations means some women are pressured into sex after childbirth before they are physically or emotionally ready. Read More
The more support a mother has after birth, the better the outcomes for her and her baby. Yet postpartum care is failing to meet women’s needs. Read More