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It's often one of the most effective ways to manage pain during labor—but is it the best option for you?
Face-up sleeping and a toy-free crib—just two of many ways to shape the safest possible sleep environment for your new family member.
You've long known about the multitude of ways babies can benefit from breastfeeding. But did you know about the unique ways it might help moms?
For some women, this painful condition arises within a few months of giving birth. Food choices and water intake are your best lines of defense.
There's no ironclad rule on when to bathe your newborn for the first time, but your little one might benefit if you wait at least half a day after delivery.
Have your baby your way, without feeling rushed in labor and delivery.
Labor pain relief comes in many forms, but the handy little TENS unit is a non-pharmacological approach with no known side effects.
A specialized doula can serve a critical role in the days and weeks after childbirth—an essential period in establishing long-term wellness for mom and baby.
New moms face a host of changes in a short period of time. It's essential they have resources to navigate the fourth trimester.
Hormones play a formidable role all throughout pregnancy and childbirth. And sometimes it's a delicate balance.
Try this fresh perspective on pregnancy and childbirth to help you prepare for labor and delivery.
That magical hour after a baby is born is called the golden hour—and for good reasons.