Why I'm Admitting Defeat & Letting Our Toddler Sleep In Our Bed
My husband and I have always had a strict “no babies in our room” rule. Ever since the night we got home from the hospital with our daughter, she slept in a crib in her own...
3 days ago - Momtastic
Cities Enlist ‘Doulas' To Reduce Infant Mortality
Research suggests that doula-assisted mothers are less likely to deliver babies with low birth weights or birth complications
3 days ago - The Huffington Post
Working to Close the Breast-Feeding Gap
Black women are less likely to nurse their babies than whites and Hispanics. Organizations are trying to change that, both online and in person.
4 days ago - New York Times
Serena Williams Worries She's Not ‘A Baby Person'-and That's Totally Normal
The tennis legend says there's one new hurdle she's a little nervous about: motherhood. But those concerns are very common and natural.
4 days ago - Self
Postpartum OCD Is Real and We Need to Talk About It
My obsession with my baby's wellbeing wasn't normal.
5 days ago - Self
Breastfeeding at Any Cost?
After I had my daughter via cesarean section, I diligently tried to breastfeed. I kept my baby latched as directed, and maintained skin-to-skin contact. But milk was not coming...
5 days ago - The Atlantic
Surprising Reasons You're in Pain With Pictures
Phones, wallets, sandals, babies, your sofa - even favorite foods - are overlooked causes of pain. Pictures illustrate these pain triggers and smarter habits to avoid the pain.
5 days ago - MedicineNet.com
Exactly How Crucial Are These High-Tech Baby-Monitoring Devices?
Plenty of parents swear that the devices give them peace of mind, but they're probably not as accurate or necessary as you'd think.
6 days ago - Self
The Best Breast Pump For Your Lifestyle, According to Lactation Consultants
Choosing a breast pump isn't easy. There are so many breast pump options out there that the search can be tricky and even overwhelming. To take the guesswork out of your breast...
10 days ago - Momtastic
Parents can have good quality of life when preemies are grownups
Even though parents of premature babies may be more stressed out than other parents when their kids are young, their quality of life is similar to that of other parents by the...
10 days ago - Reuters
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The Unselfish Art Of Prioritizing Yourself
Most of us are taught from an early age that being selfless is a good thing. There are many benefits of altruism to both
Debunking 8 commonly held CAPA myths
Here's a compilation of myths and realities about Corrective Action and Preventive Action , the system for addressing systemic quality issues for medical device companies.
3 Ways To Lighten Your Lectin Load
In my last post, I wrote about where lectins are found and what damage they sometimes can do to our bodies. In this blog I share some thoughts on how to handle them without...
The Science Behind Essential Oils: Are You Using The Right Ones?
Research is beginning to uncover the powerful influence essential oils have on brain-wave activity. Are you using the right ones?...
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The top wellness news you need to know today, including the nut scientifically proven to aid in weight loss, the new superfood for gut health, and great news for people worried...
How To Use Nature To Regain Your Health
Use nature to treat health problems naturally...
Knee Arthritis Is On The Rise Among Young Athletes. Are You At Risk?
Spoiler alert: Avoiding exercise won't protect your knees...
5 Days, 5 Smoothies: All The Healthy Recipe Inspo You Need For The Week
Never get smoothie fatigue again...
IBM and JDRF bring machine learning to type 1 diabetes research
IBM and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund are teaming up to pinpoint the factors that lead to the onset of type 1 diabetes in children.