Men are often portrayed as panicked and flustered when a woman goes into labor and birth – leaving the mom-to-be in charge of the situation. But, dads or pregnancy partners can actually be a great source of support during pregnancy and on their baby’s birthday if armed with the right information and
The pop culture image of an expectant couple frantically arriving at the hospital, with a flurry of papers and spilling bags makes for hilarious movie or sitcom moments. The reality is that careful planning and making the most of a hospital tour can help ensure that those early moments of labor ar
News Release#PHP_59#Al romper mitos se puede mejorar la salud de mujeres de color y de sus bebésPara publicación inmediata: 24 de abril de 2013Contacto: Tara GoodinTeléfono: (202) 591-4041Dirección electrónica: firstname.lastname@example.orgAl romper mitos se puede mejorar la salud de mujeres de color y de sus bebé
Washington, D.C. – Some of the most persistent and troubling issues in maternity care in the U.S. are the continued gaps in the health and wellbeing of African American women and their babies. While an April 2013 National Center for Health Statistics data brief reported some good news...
The recent article on new CDC births data, “Decline in U.S. births goes beyond the ailing economy,” missed an important point. The upward spiral of cesarean births may be coming to an end; however, we’re a long way from declaring victory.