Home Births on the Rise This article originally appeared on October 9, 2015, CRAIN’s New York Business. By Samantha M. Shapiro Brooklyn midwife Miriam Schwarzschild logs about 1,200 miles a mont... Continue Reading..
There is a relatively new report on pregnancy hormones and their effects on women. The Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing: Evidence and Implications for Women, Babies, and Maternity Care (2015), synt... Continue Reading..
Birth Hormones and the Path to a Healthy Birth Did you know that you can help your hormones do their wonderful work? Birth hormones can do an amazing job guiding you and your baby on the path to a hea... Continue Reading..
Does a “cascade of intervention” lead to cesarean section? This article on cesarean section originally appeared on BirthByTheNumbers.org on June 12, 2013. One way to examine the impact of interven... Continue Reading..
2013 Data Shows Rates for Birthing Center Births and Home Births on the Rise Recent data shows birthing center and home births on the rise! These show the highest levels since recording began. This ar... Continue Reading..
Mothers and Babies at Risk by Unnecessary Interventions This article originally appeared on http://nationalpartnership.org on January 13, 2015. New Scientific Report: Unnecessary Medical Interventions... Continue Reading..
What Women’s Bodies are Telling Us about Modern Maternity Care This article appeared originally on http://scienceandsensibility.org on June 18th, 2015 by Sharon Muza. By Christina Gebel, MPH, LCCE, ... Continue Reading..
Birth in Water Most of us love water and can relax well when immersed in warm water. View image | gettyimages.com Some call the water “the birth center epidural” and it deserves this name. Water t... Continue Reading..
Expecting? The Process of Creating a Physiological Birth This article appeared on huffingtonpost.com and it was written by Debra K on Feb 12, 2015. View image | gettyimages.com As an advocate for natu... Continue Reading..