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What Pregnant Women Can Learn From a Cabbage
Wednesday, April 11th, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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In the Native Americans culture it is said If you want to learn the lessons of life, please observe Nature. My oldest son brought home a cabbage seedling from school to enter in a contest. If his plant grew the ... Read more
Blogger Series: Introducing Guest Blogger Melis Ann
Monday, April 9th, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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Today Id like to introduce our guest blogger, Melis Ann, who has written a thought-provoking and highly informative article about Neonatal Intensive Care Units and the importance of selecting the right hospital. Melis Ann is a mom and a social ... Read more
Introducing Guest Blogger Melis Ann: What Pregnant Moms Need to Know About Neonatal Intensive Care Units
Monday, April 9th, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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Today Id like to introduce our guest blogger, Melis Ann, who has written a thought-provoking and highly informative article about Neonatal Intensive Care Units and the importance of selecting the right hospital. Melis Ann is a mom and a social ... Read more
Should You Eat a Placenta?
Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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Just when I thought I heard it all a friend sent me a link to an article in New York Magazine that proved me wrong. It showed a picture of a placenta in a pot with an umbilical swirling on ... Read more
Can Uterine Rupture in VBACs be Avoided?
Monday, April 2nd, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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The topic of vaginal birth after cesarean section aka VBAC, is in the news again. According to OB-GYN News, a recent medical study has shed some light on the dreaded VBAC complication, uterine rupture. A uterine rupture is the opening ... Read more
Lupus pregnancies - the concerns spelled out in black and white
Friday, March 30th, 2012 by despitelupus
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While this articledoesn't reveal anything groundbreaking, it does touch on a subject that is worthy of reflection. The article, published on Medical News Today,com, talks about the effects that diseases like lupus and rheumatoid arthritis have on a woman's plans for a family. It ... Read more
Can A Robot Get You Pregnant?
Wednesday, March 28th, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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A recent article in the February issue of Ob-Gyn News described a medical study that claimed to have a great success rate of pregnancies for women who had previous infertility problems because of fibroids. Fibroid tumors are noncancerous growths in ... Read more
Blind and Without Feet: The Tragedy and Triumph of a Former Pregnant Woman
Monday, March 26th, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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Self Magazines article about Carol is one of tragedy and triumph. Carol never dreamed she would have a problem during her pregnancy. Yet, her feet, ring finger, sight and part of her left arm are gone. Like most pregnant women, ... Read more
When Breastfeeding Kills
Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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Maggie Jean Wortman will spend the next 6 years in prison because she breast fed her 5-week old son, Michael Phillip Acosta III. On the morning of November 21, 2010, Baby Michael was unresponsive and the stiffness of rigor mortis ... Read more
Down Syndrome: Is It Wrong To Be Born?
Monday, March 19th, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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Is it wrong to be born That question was asked in front of an Oregon jury who responded in a resounding yes with a guilty verdict of 12 to 0 against Legacy Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine and the Legacy ... Read more
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