: ' safety'
Bedsharing is a wonderful thing when it works for a family, but it doesn't work for all families. Here is a brief review of some questions to ask yourself if you're considering bedsharing to find [...]
Natural birthers have something to prove? It's an attitude that is pervasive in our society, but is it fair? What makes people think that natural birth somehow requires some extra push to try? [...]
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 [...]
I feel like it’s time to not just point out what many of us having pointed out over and over – namely that education is key – but to truly examine why these places are feeling [...]
The article that stood out was the summary of research on homebirth, one of the first articles of the paper, but I’ve already written on that and sadly the articles seem a little too similar to [...]
What are the problems with homebirth according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists? The primary argument for years is that it’s somehow unsafe and that there hasn’t been enough research on it. [...]
A recent study has found what the authors believe to be the explanation for some rather conflicting information. Namely, adults with children report more depression and lower emotional well being than childless adults, BUT these [...]