Skin-to-skin contact sustains premature babies where incubators are limited. It may even be the best form of neonatal care, period. https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/02/kangaroo-care/515844/ Carmela Torres was 18 when she became pregnant for the first time. It was 1987 and she and her now-husband, Pablo Hernandez, were two idealistic young Colombians born in the coastal region of MonteríaContinue reading “Saving Babies’ Lives by Carrying Them Like Kangaroos”
Category Archives: High Risk Births
30 Birth Photos That Show Pure, Beautiful Love
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/30-birth-photos-that-show-pure-beautiful-love_us_58068a7fe4b0b994d4c24b9a (click link above to see some amazing photos of ALL types of labors and births…) Oh, my heart… No matter how a baby’s birth unfolds ― whether it’s a first-time mom having a C-section, or a third-time mother fighting through a labor that lasts two full days ― childbirth is hard and it is messy.Continue reading “30 Birth Photos That Show Pure, Beautiful Love”
What High-Risk Pregnant Women Need to Hear
http://www.brandyferner.com/what-high-risk-pregnant-women-need-to-hear/ The transition from being an innocent, hopeful and glowing pregnant woman to one that’s stamped “high-risk” is not an easy one. Sometimes something urgent and scary happens that immediately flips that coin and other times the change is like a slow-moving car driving towards a new state line. Regardless of how quickly the new realityContinue reading “What High-Risk Pregnant Women Need to Hear”
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