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Dear Mothers: We’re Not Meant to “Bounce Back”

http://revolutionfromhome.com/2016/08/we-arent-meant-to-bounce-back-after-babies/

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We’re not meant to “bounce back” after babies. Not physically, not emotionally, and definitelynot spiritually. We’re meant to step forward into more awakened, more attuned, and more powerful versions of ourselves.

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Birth

A little care makes all the difference!

Written by Sharmila S, Manager – mMitra Programme.

9th August 2016. It was my second day at ARMMAN. With new responsibilities, came in a fresh wave of excitement. 920 more words

Maternal Health

New £5m pot for perinatal mental health services

Gammie, J. HSJ. Published online: 19 August 2016

  • NHS England announces £5m perinatal community services development fund
  • STPs, commissioners and providers can bid for money to expand services for women with mental health problems during or after pregnancy…

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Finance

Unneeded or expired medicine in your home is simply poison within reach!

I am a keeper. In fact, I can keep an empty perfume bottle for 5 years – I have a Beyonce Pulse perfume bottle that is older than Jabali (wahala!!!) not for anything but just for optical nutrition…I look at the beautiful bottle and smile! 509 more words

Maternal Health

lourdeswalusala reblogged this on Lourdes Diary.

Unneeded or expired medicine in your home is simply poison within reach!

I am a keeper. In fact, I can keep an empty perfume bottle for 5 years – I have a Beyonce Pulse perfume bottle that is older than Jabali (wahala!!!) not for anything but just for optical nutrition…I look at the beautiful bottle and smile! 509 more words

Maternal Health

We Have the Act. Time to Create the Awareness

The provision of the Maternity Bill extending maternity leave to mothers The provisions of the bill will apply to all organizations that employ 10 or more persons and is expected to benefit over one million women working in the organized sector. 328 more words

Child Nutrition

Nepal: Maternal Health Song Contest

David is now moving through several rural villages in Nepal to witness the singing competition program that University of Newcastle health researcher, Binod Sharma, has set up to try to improve community knowledge concerning the key health messages needed to improve maternal mortality in rural Nepal and to try to increase the number of women accessing health care prenatally and at the time of delivery. 473 more words