Monthly Archives: November 2015

Take it Off: Drop Your Newborn’s Ha

Not sure who wrote it but the references are below. Date: September 6, 2013 Little pink and blue striped stocking caps have become tradition for our babies. We assume they keep our babies warm, but have you ever questioned if … Continue reading

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Is a Man’s Brain Damaged in Gestation?

lhttp://runningtheraceblog.squarespace.com/journal/2010/2/6/are-men-really-brain-damaged.html Medical research studies have shown that in the womb, between the 18th and 26th week of gestation, something happens that forever separates the sexes. If the baby is to be a boy, a chemical bath of different sex-related hormones … Continue reading

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Children’s Cells Living in Mothers’ Brains

Dec 4, 2012 |By Robert Martone The link between a mother and child is profound, and new research suggests a physical connection even deeper than anyone thought. The profound psychological and physical bonds shared by the mother and her child … Continue reading

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Are Noise Machines Safe?

http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/03/health/noise-machines-study/ There has recently been research done that indicates that white noise machines are not good for the baby’s hearing. A new study in Pediatrics suggests that some noise machines can produce sounds so loud that they could potentially damage … Continue reading

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How to Correctly Fit Breast Shields.

This was not written by Nancy Hamm –  I do not have the author’s name for this article Choosing a Correctly-Fitted Breastshield Choosing the right size PersonalFit™ Breastshield If you are using a breastpump to remove milk for your baby, … Continue reading

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Reflux and Natural Remedies

For my natural people THIS WAS A FACEBOOK THREAD I THOUGHT YOU WOULD ENJOY. Ajwain: Ajwain water is an effective ayurvedic marvel against many diseases and disorders. If somebody needs instant relief against gastritis, constipation, stomach ache, indigestion, heaviness in … Continue reading

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Wine and Breastfeeding – Is it o.k.?

Guest Post: Breastfeeding and Alcohol Consumption By Jennifer Heisleman Ingalls Breastfeeding and alcohol…it’s the season for a holiday beverage or two. What’s a nursing mama to do? Many breastfeeding moms wonder if it is safe for them to have an … Continue reading

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Free Donor Breast Milk A Great Alternative.

 by Mary Sauer When my daughter began struggling with weight gain around four months old, it never crossed my mind that accepting donor breast milk could be a bad idea. My foray into breastfeeding started off strong, but the return … Continue reading

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