|Posted on September 26, 2013 at 11:32 AM|
I just started "tweeting" a few months ago. In order to have a relevant feed, I try to spend at least 3-4 mornings a week combing through the immense amount of information on the world wide web to educate myself on the latest birth- and breastfeeding-related information, and then sharing that information with our followers on Twitter.
I had the a-ha moment yesterday...blog readers may not be following us on Twitter! So here is a compilation of some of the top stories I shared last week.
So here is our In The News feature: news stories, research and studies that have been published in the last week.
On avoiding harmful substances during pregnancy:
Read more about the findings here: http://bit.ly/1fpoD3o
(Note: This study was published as an abstract and presented at a conference. These data and conclusions should be considered to be preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed journal.)
Hypoglycemia can be a dangerous newborn complication that could lead to permanent brain damage. A new study shows that an inexpensive dextrose gel can keep MotherBabys together while treating for the condition:
Read more about the “Sugar Babies” study at http://bit.ly/1eGPx5m
Once again, we are reminded that it is our responsibility as parents to be informed consumers, as well as advocates for our children:
Read the report at http://bit.ly/1eGLwhf
Interview with breastfeeding researcher Dr. Amy Brown - looking at teh factors that influence breastfeeding choices
Read the whole interview with Dr. Brown at http://bit.ly/1eGUWtb
On the list of why it’s important to get help early and often with breastfeeding concerns:
For more about breastfeeding support click on http://fxn.ws/1eGWpzK
On the correlation between bedsharing and breastfeeding...A big disclaimer on this one: educate yourself and practice safe infant bedsharing or explore ideas to keep baby in close proximity so you can maximize breastfeeding opportunities:
Read the whole article here http://bit.ly/18rZSMf
This was from August – wanted to make sure you knew about it. It’s important to note that the sample size is very small, however, just like the Harvard study, it demonstrates that more research needs to be done into how due dates are calculated:
Read the whole article at http://bbc.in/18s5FBs
I hope you found this informative. You are more than welcome to follow us over there @sweetpeabirths if you want to keep up with everything we are sharing. Maybe see you there!!
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