The ladies of the popular YouTube channel ‘More Than Mrs’ share their favorite hacks for avoiding maternity clothing! Video: YouTube – More Than Mrs.
Logan Tittle of HuffPost News reports that researchers are developing a blood test that will allow pregnant women to find out whether their baby has Down Syndrome. The new test is a significant breakthrough and much less invasive and risky on the mother’s health. Video: HuffPost News
We love discovering what Joy Cho (“Oh Joy!” from YouTube) is wearing! This video chronicles some of her favorite looks during her pregnancy with baby #2.
Always check with your doctor first when beginning an exercise program during pregnancy, and for a great resource on safe pregnancy workouts check out this video from fitness experts, Fitness Blender. Video: YouTube.
A study on premature babies has been released, showing that we may be able to prevent premature births reduce the risk of premature birth.
The United States has the highest rate of premature births of any developed nation in the world. But why? KQED QUEST meets some of the Bay Area researchers working to answer that question.
Information on choosing a nurse midwife at St. Luke’s hospital.
Ina May Gaskin, an international voice in the midwifery community, elaborates on the rising U.S. maternal mortality rate, midwifery and home births.
A movie trailer for “Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin & the Farm Midwives.”
Famous midwife Ina May Gaskin elaborates on reducing the fear of birth in U.S. culture at TEDxSacramento.
Famed midwife Ina May Gaskin discusses issues with hospitals and how midwives can benefit mothers in childbirth (at The Farm, TN).
Discovery News shares information on the benefits of midwives for birthing mothers.
Dr. William Schoolcraft, renowned infertility specialist, discusses the course of action for a woman who has suffered recurrent miscarriages, and how in-vitro fertilization or IVF could assist a couple in this emotionally difficult situation.
Dr. Jennifer Trachtenberg, pediatrician at Carnegie Hill Pediatrics, tells you more about what you can expect in the first half hour to one our after birth in the hospital.