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As a mother, I worry about the health of my family. I feel overwhelmed at the amount of information out there and understand why so many miss out on learning about the best ways to take care of themselves and the people they love. As a nutritionist, my passion is helping pregnant women and children ...
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Be an advocate for your wife by taking care of a few things such as: As much as an expectation as it is, sleep deprivation is not a necessary prerequisite to being a good parent. It is extremely important that you and your wife get as much sleep as possible so that you can be present and able to ta...
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When your baby needs support after delivery, the NICU is the place to be.  NICUs are set with highly advanced medical technology to save small fragile lives.  At the bedside of a preemie newborn, all systems are connected and purring.  Constant detail of all inner workings; heart, blood pressure, br...
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by Wendy Garrido As moms, we do our best to get our baby off to the best possible start, but life doesn’t always go according to plan. If your birthing experience was not what you planned, you aren’t alone. Maybe you had an unplanned cesarean delivery, emergency surgery for a retained placenta (lik...
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by Kenyon Adei-manu What are micronutrients and why are they important to me? If you're not a health professional you're probably not very well equipped to answer that question. That's ok, I'm here to bring you up to speed, by the end of this article not only will you know what micronutrients are, ...
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by Sünje O'Clancy, MA  Most women attending prenatal yoga classes begin their journey toward labor and delivery with a natural birth in mind. However, sometimes intentions and preparations are not enough to realize the birth experience we visualize. While there are women who choose C-section, the m...
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by Dr. Tyson Perez   What Has Chiropractic Got To Do With Pregnancy? When most people hear about pregnant moms going to the chiropractor, they immediately think that it is all about the back pain. Without a doubt, the changes in pregnancy often cause some level of discomfort which can be helped t...
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by Shelley Rahim Birth is one of the most transformational moments in a woman’s life (physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually).  Sometimes, the unexpected turn of events during labor and birth create an experience far from what the birthing mother envisioned during her pregnancy, leading ...
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by Dr. Tyson Perez  A couple of years ago, I had a young woman come to see me for help with her back pain.  She complained of a chronic ache in her lower back and had already tried physical therapy, massage, pain pills and even injections but only got temporary relief  at best.  At our 3 month re-e...
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 by Jan Roberts  B.Pharm (Hons) Dip. Clinical Nutrition    I’m hopping on the “healthy gut” soap box again! The research, expanding at a phenomenal rate, confirms the importance of the gut microbiota. Quite apart from preventing a host of directly gut-related health issues, the good gut bacteria, ...
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by Dr. Tyson Perez  It’s that time again…Back to School.  This is the time of year when children tend to get sick more often, which can be a real drag for both the child and the parents.  If you listen to the conventional advice of your pediatrician or TV doctor, you will probably be told to make s...
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By Pamela Hird Klein, PDHom(UK) There are many scenarios resulting in a Caesarian section.  Some are planned due to choice or a physical concern. And some are the result of an emergency situation and not planned.  In any scenario, the woman still goes through trauma and a healing process afterwards...
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by Rachel Adams Gonzaleswww.doterrabliss.com    I began using doTERRA essential oils when my son was a baby. My husband and I were looking for natural remedies that were effective, safe, wouldn't require an extensive education in proper use and were reasonably priced. Reading the extensive list of...
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It’s that time of year again, the carefree days of summer… or are they? Did you know that in the medical community summer is called the “trauma season”? This summer nearly 3 million children under the age of 14 will be rushed to emergency rooms for serious injuries? More than 2,500 of those children...
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by Cristina Proano In 1996 my husband and I had been trying to get pregnant, we saw different doctors and we felt that they didn't necessarily know what was going on but they tried different things that really didn't work with us as a couple or with me as a person and that was very exhausting. The...