Black midwives, for centuries, have played a critical role in improving the care and outcomes for Black families. At the same time, Black midwives have also faced extra, unnecessary, and often extreme and insurmountable challenges to practicing and serving the families in need.
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month in the USA, and it is important for educators to share fact-based information about what people can do to take care of their cervix in order to have a healthy pregnancy and birth. 13,000 people a year are diagnosed with cervical cancer.
Infant mortality is a scary and real danger for families around the world. The more families can learn about prevention and healthy care, the more families can increase the likelihood of a healthy and safe infant and baby throughout the first year!
On the eve of the LamazeLIVE! 2018 conference in San Antonio, it’s appropriate to share favorite tips for getting the most out of a conference experience. Whether you’re en route to the conference today or planning on attending a conference later this year, we’ve compiled exactly what not to do!
The grief of losing a child during pregnancy or after birth runs deep and hard for the person who is or was pregnant. It is important to also recognize that the nonpregnant person also has experienced a loss & has to deal with their own grief, as well as supporting the emotions of their partner.