This week I attended a conference at City University London called Positive Birth Conference 2016: Informed Choice. You can follow the hashtag #citypbc2016 to find out more about the day. 192 more words
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Home birth isn’t for everyone, I’m aware of that. Women or their babies who have significant health problems are truly better off birthing in hospital. However, if you’re considered ‘low risk’, you may be safer off giving birth in the comfort of your own home. 492 more words
It was more of a baby blip than a baby boom, but Regina started the new year with an unprecedented number of births.
“We had a 35-per-cent increase in deliveries in January over the previous January,” said Nicki Bayfield-Ash, executive director for Women and Children’s Health in the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region (RQHR). 509 more words
The Bradley Method has been around since 1974 and has been the choice of over 1 million couples for their natural birth education. What is so powerful and helpful about the Bradley Method is that emphasis is put on education, self-awareness, and having a supportive birth coach (husband/partner highly recommended). 129 more words