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A Mother’s Instinct Is Biologically Real And Creates Attachment With Baby

Australian Lactation Consultant and Gentle Parenting Guru Pinky McKay coined the term “Mummy Margarita” about the cocktail of hormones that a mother begins creating as she’s pregnant, and credits that concoction to a true and biological ‘Mother’s Instinct’ that builds attachment. Pinky McKay is an Australian lactation consultant who has authored many gentle parenting and […]

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UCLA Researchers Believe There’s A Link Between Pesticide Exposure And Autism

Researchers from the University of California believe that children who are exposed to pesticides prenatally or in their first year of life may be more likely to develop autism. The UCLA researchers were adamant about the prematurity of saying pesticide exposure caused autism, but they also noted that there is plenty enough research about the […]

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Best Dog-Themed Baby Gifts For New Parents

For many of us, dogs are our ‘first’ babies! And even though we bring new humans into our pack, our love for our faithful and furry friends doesn’t end. Want to know what dog-loving parents-to-be would love for baby gifts? Read on as we share some of the best dog-themed baby gifts there are! You […]

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What Can You Do About Metabolism After Baby?

A new baby brings a flood of emotions and feelings about life for a new mother. He or she also brings about questions about what life will be like, and that includes what her life will be like. Many mothers want to know what happens to your body and metabolism after a baby, and considering […]

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Study: Individual Recommendations For Postpartum Sex Better For Moms

A recent study from Purdue University suggests that women’s practitioners asses the old, “No sex until six weeks,” guideline that’s been set for what seems like forever, and instead, offer timely and individualized recommendations for postpartum women to resume having sex. Though it might seem a bit obvious–listen to your body and follow it’s whispers–now […]

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Why Pelvic Floor Health Should be Taken More Seriously

Carrying and birthing an entire human being is an amazing miracle of life. But it takes a toll on a woman, and paying attention to pelvic floor health is important. Here’s why we should take it seriously. The amount of things a woman’s body can do and process in just nine short months (although they […]

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More Moms May Turning To Non-Opioid Pain Relief After C-Sections

As America faces an opioid crisis epidemic, some clinicians are looking to combat dependency and help mothers use alternative pain treatments, particularly after cesarean sections. In Denver, Colorado, more moms are using a non-opioid pain relief method and feeling much better for it. The American opioid epidemic is one that is multi-faceted because often, dependencies […]

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Delayed Bathing Of Newborns May Improve Exclusive Breastfeeding Rates

Research continues to suggest that delaying baby’s first bath is beneficial, with a new study suggesting that delayed bathing may be correlated with increased in-hospital breastfeeding rates. The study, which was published in the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing looked at nearly 1000 mamas and their babies. Approximately half of the babies were […]

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Newborn Auditory Screening May Be Predicative Of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism rates in the world continue to rise, and we know early intervention makes a tremendous impact on children who are diagnosed. Now, a new study suggests that it may be possible to detect as early as birth. With autism rates rising at alarming levels, researchers continue to look for information and screening methods to […]

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Washington State To Offer Paid Leave Plan For New Parents

For parents in Washington state, the new year has brought the promise of a new paid leave plan for parents after the birth or adoption of a child, and it’s one of the best family leave plans America has seen! The new year has brought a host of new laws into effect all over the […]

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President Trump Signs The Preventing Maternal Deaths Act of 2017

While the American government has partially shutdown over bipartisan disagreement, one very important piece of legislation was signed into law last week, and is a step toward reducing maternal deaths in America. While the country watched with bated breath to see if the government would partially shut down over a political disagreement, a key piece […]

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Is All This Pregnancy Pee Normal And Why Do I Have To Go So Much?

There’s a baby on board, and she’s brought with her what seems like a never-ending need to jump on your bladder and send you to the bathroom. Why do you have all this pregnancy pee and is it really normal? It’s like a rite of passage; you are pregnant and all of a sudden you […]

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New Report Finds U.S. Women Pay More, Die More For Pregnancy

A new report published by the Commonwealth Fund compared the health experiences of women in several different countries and found that not only do women in the United States pay more for pregnancy, they still face higher risks of maternal mortality, despite those higher monetary expenditures. Sometimes we think we get more if we pay […]

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Team Birth Project Works To Reduce Unnecessary Cesarean Deliveries

With the rates of maternal mortality in the United States rising, clinicians are looking for ways to save mothers’ lives and reduce complications. One way is to reduce the incidences of Cesarean births, and a campaign called Team Birth Project looks to do just that. In 2013, two women died after they had Cesarean births […]

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How Adenomyosis Can Affect Your Mothering Journey

Actress Gabrielle Union has been all over the news as she’s shared her new baby and the long journey she’s been on to get there. The basis of her fertility problem? Adenomyosis. What is adenomyosis, and how can it affect your motherhood journey? Gabrielle Union’s sweet miracle baby Kaavia James is already well-known as her […]

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Deceased Donor Uterus Allows Woman To Become A Mother

The gift of motherhood comes to us in many ways, but for a woman born without a womb, a deceased donor uterus paved the way for hope as the world’s first living baby from such a procedure was born. The details of a historical donation from a deceased woman are coming out nearly a year […]

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Mom Brain: What Pregnancy Does To A Woman’s Brain After Birth

We hear it all the time…”Mom Brain. My brain is just not the same.” The reality is, science supports that supposition–our brains are not the same. But many would say they’re even better, and here are some reasons why! Yes, I say it all the time: “My brain is not the same!” Most days, I […]

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Research Suggests Baby Kicks Are Brain Builders

A new study suggests that babies are making important neural connections in their developing brains when they toss and turn in with baby kicks utero, and that they’re not just looking to stretch, but to create internal maps of their bodies. Brains are fascinating, and more and more research about developing brains continues to awe […]

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Postpartum Shivering: What You Need To Know

It might be a surprise to know your body may go into uncontrollable postpartum shivering, or ‘chills’ after giving birth. But, it’s completely normal, and more common than is often talked about. Here’s what you need to know about postpartum shaking. When I had my sons, after delivery from both, I could not stop shaking. […]

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Postpartum Pain May Be Linked To Increased Postpartum Depression

As we continue to look at risk factors for postpartum depression, recent research suggests that monitoring pain experienced by mamas after childbirth may be more indicative in making a connection. Postpartum depression (PPD) is serious, and in so many ways, the postnatal care of a mother is pivotal to her recovery and her bonding with […]

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