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God's Use of the Heroic Midwives

Shiphrah and Pauh were two women who took it upon themselves to help in the delivery of babies being born. These two midwives lived in a time of turmoil and despair. 520 more words

Guildford election battle lines drawn on NHS

22 October 2014 – for immediate release

NHS debated by Labour’s Richard Wilson and Guildford’s Conservative MP

Letters exchanged between two contenders to be Guildford’s MP next May reveal that the NHS will be the key battleground in the general election. 276 more words

Guildford

Interactive training on maternal mental

Interactive training on maternal mental health & empathic engagement skills on 27 October! Contact us for more info: http://pmhp.za.org/contact

MDG 5 - Improve Maternal Health

bash the breastfeeding supporter

Is it me?

Probs it is me.

It’s like when you notice women with prams everywhere when you’re pregnant.

Seems to me there’s a bit of beating up of breastfeeding supporters and advocates going on. 525 more words

Alabama Birth Coalition goes the distance for mothers’ right to midwives

by Benjamin Nunnally
Originally published in The Anniston Star, Nov. 10, 2013

It’s a Monday at the Northeast Alabama Baby Cafe at McClellan Medical Mall, and it’s filled with moms and babies for a lactation class provided by the staff of Cheaha Women’s Health and Wellness. 1,076 more words

The Anniston Star

I don't have enough time to do my job!

The nurses strike last week was a historic one. It’s the first time ever that midwives have taken strike action, and it’s all about the 1% pay rise dispute. 409 more words

My Very First Best Gift Ever

The little Texas tree house apartment, nestled high into a night sky thicket of bamboo, was aflitter with three or four hippie midwives and one young, sweet husband–perhaps the only person present who fully understood the terror, gravity and wonder of what was way too late to turn back. 170 more words

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