Pregnancy

The Birth Plan: preparation or wishful thinking

The Birth Plan: preparation or wishful thinking Preparing for your baby with a birth plan is a great way to instil a sense of control over how your little one arrives into the world. However, Natalie Nelson suggests a flexible mindset when designing your birth plan....

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More than Morning Sickness

When the morning sickness doesn’t go away, hyperemesis gravidarum could be at play. Registered nurse, lactation consultant and childbirth educator Samantha Crompton explains exactly what this condition is and how to treat it. “I was very excited when I found out I was...

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Trend Update: #Treeoflife

Sharing breastfeeding selfies, AKA brelfies, on social media has become popular amongst nursing moms. The last year in particular has seen a deluge of brelfies in a bid to encourage moms to breastfeed their babies. Even celebrities such as actress Olivia Wilde and...

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On the pump

Your baby can still reap the benefits of breastmilk even when breastfeeding isn’t working out for you through the process of expressing milk. Lucia Walker provides helpful tips on how to make breastmilk pumping easier. It’s easy to assume that breastfeeding is the...

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Understanding Preeclampsia: What You Should Know

Being diagnosed with preeclampsia can be a scary experience, but knowing the what, when and why can help ease your concern over this serious condition. Natalie Nelson explains what preeclampsia is and its implications. Preeclampsia (pre-eclampsia) is a condition that...

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Born Fighters

A premature birth can be described as an emotional rollercoaster ride and, simultaneously, a time of witnessing the miraculous, as a “preemie” fights to gain strength and keep growing. Kim Jansen explores premature or preterm births and how these warrior-like little...

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Breastfeeding Positions: Which One Is Right For You?

Breastfeeding is an incredibly special time for mothers and their babies. Kim Jansen speaks to renowned lactation specialist Linda Britz about all things concerning breastfeeding positions. When it comes to breastfeeding positions, Linda immediately clarifies that...

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Some Rather ODD Pregnancy Symptoms!

Some women experience some, none, or all of these strange pregnancy side effects or symptoms. Even more oddly, your second (or third, or fourth) pregnancy can be different too. What you experience in one pregnancy, you may not experience in another pregnancy. It’s...

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Your Role as Dad During Labour

It's a somewhat chilly Friday morning in the middle of July, 10 years ago. Not that I'm quite aware of my surroundings because I'm lying in a birthing bath wondering how much longer I can endure this thing called labour. As a particularly nasty contraction passes over...

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Introducing Your New Baby To Your Fur Baby

Growing your family with a new baby will be a big adjustment – one that your cat or dog could potentially struggle with. However, with these tips from animal experts Karen Gray-Kilfoil and Niki Elliott, you can make it a simpler, smoother integration.

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Feeding Your Baby on the Breast Milk Express

Many moms are unable to breastfeed for a number of reasons – from latching difficulties to a baby with a cleft palate, to painful nipples, or simply because mom prefers pumping and bottle-feeding. In these cases, moms can still give their babies the benefits of breast...

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