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I Ate My Placenta And It Was Great!
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, women, birth, baby, placenta, nutrients, hormones, AlternativeMed )

- 1798 days ago -
Sounds crazy I know, but I was attracted to this article due to the memory of my daughter's birth. I had told the nurses to roll that placenta over to me so I could see it. I was amazed at it's depth and strength...NancyC
All Mothers Deserve a Safe and Healthy Childbirth ! PLEASE SIGN ! !
Health & Wellness  (tags: humans, children, birth, protection, health )

- 1871 days ago -
The birth of a child can be one of the most amazing experiences in a woman's life, but for too many women around the world it can also be one of the most dangerous.
Health Risk Linked to Early Birth
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, risk, linked to, early, birth )

- 2301 days ago -
Babies born just a few weeks early have a slightly higher risk of health problems in infancy, research suggests. Doctors said their work challenged widely held views that babies born after 37 weeks had similar long-term outcomes to those born at full term
Study: Spacing Babies Close May Raise Autism Risk
Health & Wellness  (tags: babies, birth, autism, birth spacing, health )

- 2721 days ago -
Close birth spacing may put a second-born child at higher risk for autism, suggests a preliminary study based on more than a half-million California children.Children born less than two years after their siblings were considerably more likely to have.....
KENYA : Fighting the Misery of Fistula
Health & Wellness  (tags: illness, Kenya, fistula, gender issue, birth, birth canal, delayed, FFFF, Freedom From Fistula Foundation, obsteric, patients )

- 2955 days ago -
According to experts, Kenya records at least 1,000 new fistula cases annually, with thousands of cases pending surgery. Globally, fistula affects at least two million women and girls in developing countries, with 100,000 new cases each year.
Premature Birth Rate Drops 2nd Year in a Row, CDC Finds
Health & Wellness  (tags: birth, declined, government, Premature )

- 2964 days ago -
For the first time in nearly three decades, the U.S. rate of premature birth declined two years in a row, the government reported Tuesday.
Quecksilber the Strange Story of Dental Amalgam   video
Health & Wellness  (tags: mercury, dental, amalgam, toxicity, autism, ada, association, poisoning, death, birth, miscariage, disease, humans, illness, very toxic, death, investigation, science, safety )

- 3506 days ago -
A preview of a one hour fully referenced documentary about the enormous danger of mercury from dental amalgam. It is shocking that amalgam is so toxic. At and
On This Day: November 13th 1969: Quintuplets Born at London Hospital
Health & Wellness  (tags: babies, quins, quintuplets, multible, birth, england, london, uk, britain, drs, first )

- 3508 days ago -
Britain's first live quintuplets born this century are making satisfactory progress at Queen Charlotte's maternity hospital in London. Doctors say the next few days will be critical for the five girls born to Irene Hanson, aged 33, and her husband John ..
New Caesarean Warning With 'Killer Scar' Pregnancies on the Rise - Australia
Health & Wellness  (tags: australia, caesarean, birth, mother, baby, death, embryo )

- 3819 days ago -
AUSTRALIA'S rising caesarean rate is being blamed for an increase in a rare condition that can kill mother and child within minutes. Caesarean scar pregnancies, in which an embryo embeds into scar tissue left by caesarean sections, can cause the uterus to
Pollution Leads to More Baby Girls - Study
Health & Wellness  (tags: research, babies, pollution, dioxins, girls, birth, toxins, study )

- 3898 days ago -
Toronto - More girls than boys are born in some Canadian communities because airborne pollutants called dioxins can alter normal sex ratios, even if the source of the pollution is many kilometres away, researchers say. Dioxin exposure has been shown el
Tiny Baby Beats the Odds
Health & Wellness  (tags: child, interesting, birth, good news )

- 3918 days ago -
A baby has beaten the odds by surviving after being delivered 15 weeks premature. Kimberly Mueller from Hanover, Germany is one of the smallest babies ever to survive after being born at less than ten ounces. Kimberley's chances of survival were rated at
Dramatic Transcript of a Birth ---- Hear the Tape
Health & Wellness  (tags: child, GoodNews, interesting, birth )

- 3923 days ago -
THE moment a new life entered the world has been captured in a moving 999 call between an anxious dad and an emergency operator. Cool-headed Katie Vellis calmly guided Leo Hickman through his wife Jane's labour, resulting in the birth of healthy 8lb

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