|Posted on December 12, 2013 at 12:58 PM|
A bigger selection of topics today...check out the news if you are "trying" to get pregnant, and more motivation to keep your pregnancy healthy, low-risk and as stress-free as possible. Also, new study from ACOG that shows that there may be risks with the use of Pitocin.
Happy Thursday to all of you!
P.S. I also did an early morning posting of our Wordless Wednesday from yesterday...the day got away from me! Enjoy a peek into our home as we celebrate the season.
Low folate in male diet linked to risk of offspring birth defects
Medical News Today http://bit.ly/1h3oVdw
Right amount of fat and protein, key to babies
From Medical Xpress http://bit.ly/1h3mTKr
Study shows moms may pass effects of stress to offspring via vaginal bacteria and placenta
The Almagest http://bit.ly/1h3nBaI
Early lung infection exacerbates asthma risk in preterm birth children
News Medical: http://bit.ly/1cz66OgStudy Finds Adverse Effects of Pitocin in Newborns
Vaginal Births Without Epidural Anesthesia Lead To Happier Moms, Point To Potential Cure For Postpartum Depression
From Medical Daily http://bit.ly/18FRafX
Home births are up and less expensive than hospital births
Ithaca Times : News http://bit.ly/18FSsHX
Retrospective cohort study: Timely Progestin Lowers Risk for Preterm Birth
Safe Baby Wearing: Facing in or Facing Out?
From The Rock Father http://bit.ly/1jT1lT5
Malnutrition Decreased With Breastfeeding
Las Vegas Guardian Express http://bit.ly/18FOWNH
Just for fun:
maybe we should have therapy dogs for labor!
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