Should You Induce Labour?

2020-08-21T10:24:35-04:00September 5th, 2013|

The question of inductions can be a heated one at times, with proponents of natural birth shunning the idea of artificially inducing something that should happen naturally. We hear comments like, “The baby knows when to come out” and therefore we are wrong to intervene. But is this right?

Five Questions with Dr. Helen Ball

2020-08-21T14:11:33-04:00April 4th, 2012|

I am pleased to share five questions with Dr. Helen L. Ball, professor of anthropology at Durham University. Her work specializes in infant sleep practices, with a side focus on breastfeeding. Here she shares her thoughts on various aspects of parenting, research, and policy.

Re:Birth Volume 2

2020-08-21T14:46:14-04:00July 7th, 2011|

In this second issue of Re:Birth, there are articles on the Ultrasound (which was quite new at the time), mothering the mother, VBACs (yes, they were talking about them 20 years ago) and C-sections, support during labour, and breastfeeding policies.