There are a few resources we share on this site that, while tremendously helpful, I hope you'll never have a need to use them. Stillbirthday is one of them.
If you are pregnant and expecting a child who will not survive, or if you are the survivor of a recent or long ago stillbirth, first let me
June is PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) awareness month. PTSD is often thought of as a condition that affects members of the military after experiencing traumatic events in war and combat. The reality is that PTSD can occur in any individual after any traumatic event. This includes birth.
The Black Mamas Matter Alliance, in collaboration with the Healthy Families Project, is conducting a national online survey to learn about Black women’s maternal care experiences, and access to health services. The results of this online survey will be shared in a report format with the Healthy
Yesterday, the Google Doodle honored Dr. Virginia Apgar, the American anesthesiologist and first female full-time professor at Columbia University who is most remembered for her invention of the Apgar Score, a simple first assessment test performed on babies all over the world to determine if they a
This month, we're going to spend some time focusing on dads. Not just because Father's Day is coming up, or because it's Men's Health Month, but because dads often report feeling left out and lost in the mix of their partner's pregnancy and birth.
Many couples will learn about and hire a doula for