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Genetic Counselling, what is it? And do I need to go?


Genetic Counsellors attend to people who either have an inherited or genetic condition themselves, or have had a baby with an inherited condition, or who are at risk to have a baby with such a condition.

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder


Approximately 9% of women experience postpartum post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following childbirth. Most often, this illness is caused by a real or perceived trauma during delivery or postpartum

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Breastfeeding tips for women with large breasts


If you are a woman with large breasts, finding help before and after the birth of your baby is important. Learning tips ahead of time for how to hold your baby for nursing will help you gain confidence early and allow you to enjoy your baby and breastfeeding from the start

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Skin to Skin

The Importance of Skin to Skin Contact


There are now a multitude of studies that show that mothers and babies should be together, skin to skin (baby naked, not wrapped in a blanket) immediately after birth, as well as later.

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Move and play to nourish the brain


Why do humans need brains? To think, most people would say. But the brain’s most important job is to move the body.

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What is Attachment Parenting?


Attachment parenting, to put it most simply, is believing what we know in our heart to be true. And if we do that, we find that we trust the child. We trust him in these ways:

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I'll Never Get Pregnant


Natalie stared down blankly at another negative strip of plastic, urine covered let down. Ten months and still nothing.

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Is your baby funny? 9 steps to a sense of humour


The first smile and the gurgles of laughter that baby shares with us are truly magic moments in the early days of parenthood. But when does a baby’s smile and laughter become a true sense of humour?

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