Science & Sensibility Unveils New Look

New Blog Look.jpgAs spring begins to make an appearance in many parts of the Northern Hemisphere, we see signs of growth and new life.  I hear the first lawnmowers of the season buzzing in the background as I type this blog post from my home office. My friendly backyard crow friends are busy gathering material and building their nest as they and many other species prepare to welcome new babies in the next weeks and months.  With this new fresh season, Lamaze International unveils a new look for Science & Sensibility - our blog for birth professionals.  Established in 2009, Science & Sensibility has been a steady source of evidence based information, creative teaching ideas, business tools and skills, news and informative posts of topics of interest to childbirth educators, doulas, health care providers and others with great regularity.

While the information we have shared has been fresh and new with every post, our "skin" on the blog has not changed until now.  We are delighted to introduce you to our new updated look, while continuing to provide you with the useful information you have come to count on from Science & Sensibility.

With our new look, you can benefit from:

  • A mobile optimized website – Stay informed on the go!
  • Email – Receive weekly evidence-based information when you sign up for our new RSS feed
  • Search and find – Find what you're looking for quickly with a new Google search feature and intuitive layout
  • Social friendly – Easily share articles through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google +, and more than 200 other platforms.

Look for fantastic pieces coming up next week to honor Cesarean Awareness Month in April, and lots of the same features you have come to appreciate along with new coverage on topics and information that is interesting and useful to you as you work hard to help families have a safe and heathy birth.  Let us know how you like this new format in our comments section.

1 Comment

Would love to hear what others think about the new look?

April 7, 2016 09:58 AM by Sharon Muza, BS, LCCE, FACCE, CD(DONA), BDT(DONA), CLE

Do let me know.  Thanks, Sharon

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