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This article first appeared in Funding Insight on 9 March 2018 and is reproduced with permission of Research Professional. For more articles like this, visit  1,346 more words

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Tips for a Cesarean Birth

April is Cesarean Awareness Month and the goal is to raise awareness and educate people about cesareans. I was fortunate that I had a positive experience… 666 more words

Baby

Change is Never Easy

To make a change is never easy.

Especially when the change you are wanting to make is something that is apart of the way you are. 591 more words

Life

Nuclear weapons: Which direction are we heading?

by Corianne Nieuwenhuis
Advocacy Intern, Pax Christi International

On Monday, 19 March, Professor Tom Sauer was the guest speaker at a lunch conference in Brussels which Pax Christi attended. 395 more words

Peace

Is This Tomorrowland Attraction Getting iCanned?

When Push the robotic, mobile, talking trashcan was rumored to be removed from the Disney parks after a 19 year run, there was perhaps just as large of an uproar from Disney fanatics as the efforts to hold on to the red headed wench of Pirates of the Caribbean this past year.  314 more words

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Mandy's VBA2C with Inverted T Birth Center Birth Story

Sorrow endureth for a night; but joy cometh in the morning. – Psalms 30:5

My life as a mother began on February 16, 2007, with the birth of my sweet Kate.   4,374 more words

Birth Story

2017 Nobel Peace Prize

December 10, 2017.  Much time has passed since I first began this post about the Peace Prize.  With Nick’s illness, our family’s Christmas visit, and several big changes in our lives (details to come later), I just never had time to finish it.  2,213 more words

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