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|Posted on December 19, 2013 at 6:44 PM|
Pope Francis Encourages Breast-Feeding Mother in a Public Place! Here is the story from the NYTimes.com http://nyti.ms/1bfhrPl
BIG props to Pope Francis for encouraging the mama to Feed The Baby!!
Here are some other noteworthy articles from the past week:
First Baby Conceived Using New Eeva IVF Technique Born in Great Britain
Growing Your Baby: http://bit.ly/JK7yDv
Non-invasive method devised to sequence DNA of human eggs
Nature News & Comment http://bit.ly/1jmGdag
Physicians awarded $4 million to study effects of fertility treatments and obstetric care
Study identifies biomarker linked to poor outcomes in pregnant lupus patients
The Almagest http://bit.ly/1ceXm1L
Almost Two-Thirds of Attempted VBACs Are Successful, Study Finds
Rural-Urban Differences Abound for Induced, Cesarean Births
Elective Early-Term Deliveries Increase Complications for Baby and Mom
Postpartum Sitz Bath DIY
African Babies Don't Cry: http://bit.ly/1ceYzpH
What Kind of Breastfeeding Schedule Is Normal?
Breastfeeding Magazine.com http://bit.ly/1ceS9XG
UAE’s first ever session on reducing Autism cases via Breastfeeding: Shifts Autism fight from Therapy to Prevention
Full of love, baby overcomes challenge after challenge
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